GLOBAL: Coca-Cola Enterprises develops plant-based bottles

By Dean Best | 23 October 2009

Coca-Cola Enterprises is looking to trial a bottle that the Coke bottler claims could reduce the carbon footprint of a traditional PET bottle by up to 25%.

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Coca-Cola Enterprises is looking to trial a bottle that the Coke bottler claims could reduce the carbon footprint of a traditional PET bottle by up to 25%.

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