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CCEP basks in 'total beverage' prospects

The non-alcoholic ready-to-drink market (NARTD) is a "great place to be", according to Coca-Cola European Partners....

Coca-Cola Co Performance Trends 2013-2017 - data

In mid-February, The Coca-Cola Co released its full-year results for 2017. The soft drinks group posted a 3% lift in sales from the year in...

Ray Rowlands | 15 Sep 2016

This month, Ray Rowlands explores the world of adult soft drinks and highlights the growing threat they pose to the alcoholic drinks industry.

Olly Wehring | 9 Feb 2016

Earlier today, The Coca-Cola Co reported full-year and Q4 results, with sales in the last three months of 2015 falling by 8%. Here, just-drinks takes a look at how each region has performed for the soft drinks giant in the three months to the end of December.

Lucy Britner | 22 Oct 2015

Yesterday, The Coca-Cola Co reported a 5% slip in sales in its third quarter. Here, just-drinks takes a look at how each region has performed for the soft drinks giant in the three months and nine months to 2 October.

Ray Rowlands | 8 Sep 2015

This month, Ray Rowlands of Drinksinfo Ltd puts the spotlight on Indonesia and examines The Coa-Cola Co’s commitment, and that of its regional bottler CCA, to investing in this potentially bountiful Asian market.

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Lucy Britner | 10 Jul 2018

Coca-Cola Japan has lined up a new, limited edition Fanta for the Japanese market.

Stuart Todd | 6 Apr 2018

Coca-Cola European Partners has announced plans to invest almost EUR7m (US$8.6m) in a new logistics platform in the south of France.

Andy Morton | 11 Aug 2017

Coca-Cola European Partners has said just two of its brands - Monster and Coke Classic - will remain within reach of the upcoming UK sugar tax, once the group has completed its reformulation efforts.

Andy Morton | 29 Mar 2017

The Coca-Cola Co has defended Fanta and Sprite after a judge in Nigeria ruled the brands were potentially poisonous.

Andy Morton | 28 Mar 2017

Coca-Cola European Partners has lowered the sugar content of Fanta Orange by a third in the UK to bring the product under the threshold of the country's pending sugar tax.

James Wilmore | 5 Mar 2015

The Coca-Cola Co has been forced to apologise over an advert for its Fanta brand in Germany and has denied the brand has any links to Hitler or the Nazi Party.

Olly Wehring | 15 Dec 2014

Here's a look at what was happening on this day in...

Andy Morton | 3 Jul 2014

The Coca-Cola Co has started construction on a US$100m plant in China's north-east.

James Wilmore | 25 Oct 2013

The Coca-Cola Co has launched a new US$106m bottling plant in China's Hebei region as part of a wider investment programme in the country.

Andy Morton | 12 Feb 2013

The Coca-Cola Co has posted increases across the board for last year, with Europe providing the only major sticking point in the year.

Andy Morton | 30 Nov 2012

Coca-Cola Co Thai bottler ThaiNamthip has formed a JV with a Laos construction company and will open a bottling and distribution plant in the Laotian capital.

Andy Morton | 28 Sep 2012

PepsiCo has released a stevia-sweetened Pepsi Next in Australia, the first time the company has used the natural sweetener in the reduced-sugar brand.

Andy Morton | 1 Aug 2012

Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has cut the ribbon on a NZD35m (US$28.4m) upgrade to its New Zealand manufacturing plant that will boost the company's ability to make its own PET containers.

Andy Morton | 18 Jul 2012

PepsiCo's Pepsi Next Cherry Vanilla and Paradise Mango

Andy Morton | 20 Jun 2012

SodaStream will continue a global rollout of an outdoor marketing exhibit despite a cease-and-desist letter from Coca-Cola South Africa.

Andy Morton | 16 May 2012

The Coca-Cola Co is testing mid-calorie versions of Sprite and Fanta in a handful of US stores, the soft-drinks giant has said.

Michelle Russell | 22 Feb 2012

The Coca-Cola Co has said it will withdraw its 30cl soft drinks cans in the United Arab Emirates after they were found to violate consumer protection law.

Michelle Russell | 21 Feb 2012

Coca-Cola Amatil is looking to spend around AUD300m ($321.69m) in Indonesia over the next two years, according to reports.

Michelle Russell | 3 Jan 2012

The Coca-Cola Co is to open its first bottling plant in Bangladesh to meet growing demand for CSDs in the country, according to reports.

Michelle Russell | 12 Dec 2011

The Coca-Cola Co is to create an independent division in India to facilitate the innovation and development of its soft drinks, according to reports.

Michelle Russell | 15 Nov 2011

The Coca-Cola Co's Europe arm has said that it is looking at using stevia across a number of its drinks categories following approval for use of the sweetener within the European Union.

Michelle Russell | 14 Nov 2011

The soft drinks industry has welcomed the European Commission's formal approval of stevia sweeteners for use within the European Union for the first time.

Michelle Russell | 22 Sep 2011

The Coca-Cola Co has said it is reducing the price of its mini can in the US, in a bid to appeal to more cash-strapped consumers in the country.

Michelle Russell | 20 Sep 2011

The Coca-Cola Co has officially opened its first concentrate facility in Singapore.

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The State of Drinks Industry Social Media

The State of Drinks Industry Social Media

The adoption rate of social media has dwarfed any other media before it. But the runaway success of social media presents profound challenges, and opportunities, for drinks manufacturers. The ability...

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TrendSights Overview: Smart & Connected - Engaging with consumers in a hyper-connected, technology-enabled society

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TrendSights Overview: Smart & Connected, is one of the eight mega-trend overviews that GlobalData covers as part of its TrendSights series of consumer insight studies. The analysis covers what the meg...

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Carbonates in Uzbekistan

Carbonates in Uzbekistan

Despite Uzbekistan already having a large population, it still continues to grow. Uzbekistani families usually have more than two children. There is no doubt that the growing population positively aff...

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