The Coca-Cola Company's suppliers shall comply with the following requirements:

Requirements for All Suppliers:

Anti-Bribery Policy
The Coca-Cola Company expects its suppliers to respect and abide by its "Anti-Bribery" policy for suppliers, which establishes the limitations suppliers must adhere to when interacting with officials of various governments around the world on behalf of The Coca-Cola Company and its subsidiaries. This policy is intended to provide awareness of Anti-Bribery laws in order to avoid inadvertent violations.  In order to protect The Coca-Cola Company’s reputation, it is vital that suppliers not only understand and appreciate the importance of this policy, but comply with it in any work performed on behalf of The Coca-Cola Company and its subsidiaries.
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Prohibition on Cartel Activity
The Coca-Cola Company expects all of its suppliers to comply with all applicable antitrust and/or competition laws in every jurisdiction where we conduct business. Our "Prohibition on Cartel Activity" policy communicates our minimum standards in this regard to our suppliers.
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Supplier Code of Business Conduct
The Coca-Cola Company expects all of its employees to comply with the law and act ethically in all matters. We have the same expectations of our suppliers. Our Code of Business Conduct sets the basic standards for employee conduct. This Code of Business Conduct for Suppliers establishes related requirements for our suppliers. Working together, we can achieve great success by doing the right thing.
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Supplier Guiding Principles
The Supplier Guiding Principles ("SGP") are a vital pillar of The Coca-Cola Company's workplace responsibility programs, driven by the belief that good corporate citizenship is essential to our long-term business success and must be reflected in our relationships and actions in our workplaces and the workplaces of those who are authorized to directly supply our business.
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Trade Sanctions Policy
The Coca-Cola Company expects its suppliers to respect and abide by the its "Trade Sanctions" policy, which set forth its expectations of not doing business with individuals and countries subject to an embargo or economic sanctions by the U.S. Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control.
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Requirements for All U.S. Suppliers Supplying Goods or Services under the Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. Purchase Order:

Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
These are the terms and conditions incorporated by reference in the Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. Purchase Order for U.S. Suppliers.

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Requirements with Limited Application Based on Type of Good or Service:

Sustainable Agriculture Guiding Principles (SAGP), for Agricultural Ingredient Suppliers:
A healthy agricultural supply chain is essential to the well-being of the communities in which we operate, and is critical to the success of our business. Our approach to sustainable agriculture is founded on principles to protect the environment, uphold workplace rights and help build more sustainable communities. To meet the expectations of our consumers, customers, other stakeholders and enable the continued growth of the Company, it is imperative we maintain a secure, sustainable supply of the agricultural ingredients that define our brands.

The Coca-Cola Company has made a commitment to sustainably source 100% of our priority agricultural ingredients by 2020. These priority ingredients are Sweeteners (Cane Sugar, Beet Sugar, Corn/High-Fructose Starch Syrup, Stevia); Juices (Orange, Lemon, Apple, Mango and Grape); and, Coffee, Tea, Soy, Palm Oil and Pulp & Paper. The Coca-Cola Company Sustainable Agriculture Guiding Principles and Criteria (SAGP) establish the framework for defining what ‘sustainable sourcing’ means to us, and lays out our expectations for our supply chain.

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Conflict Minerals
The Coca-Cola Company expects that suppliers throughout the Coca-Cola system will not supply any products or materials that contain conflict minerals sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo and/or its adjoining countries unless the supplier can certify that the source of the minerals is ‘DRC conflict free’ as defined by U.S. securities laws.

Artwork, Labeling and Intellectual Property
The Coca-Cola Company places a high value on its Intellectual Property and the Intellectual Property rights of others. The "Artwork, Labeling and Intellectual Property" policy acknowledges and protects the rights of its suppliers in their IP, while also protecting The Coca-Cola Company's rights in its own IP. Additionally, the "Artwork Labeling and Intellectual Property" policy provides a vehicle (the Artwork Assignment Agreement) for assigning any IP that suppliers and/or their subcontractors develop for, or on behalf of, The Coca-Cola Company.
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Authorization Process and Technical Criteria/Quality Assurance for Drinkware
This policy has been moved to a third-party Web site.  To obtain the URL and password/User ID, suppliers to the U.S. should contact the CCNA Quality group to obtain a copy of the Vessel Authorization Program Manual.  Suppliers of drinkware outside the U.S. should contact their local The Coca-Cola Company customer or the Corporate Technical Quality group for a copy of the TCCC Quality Manual.  If you do not have a contact within any of these groups, please call (404) 676-2121 to be directed to the appropriate group.

Patent License Terms for Suppliers
The Coca-Cola Company places a high value on Intellectual Property, whether its own or a third party's. From time to time The Coca-Cola Company utilizes suppliers to manufacture and/or sell products that read on, or that were manufactured through a process that reads on, a Patent of The Coca-Cola Company. The "Patent License Terms for Suppliers" policy establishes the obligations for suppliers to whom we grant such a license.
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Technical Criteria, Quality Control and Approval Requirements for Promotional and Advertising Specialty Merchandise
This policy has been moved to a third-party Web site.  To obtain the URL and password/User ID, please contact The Coca-Cola Company’s Worldwide Licensing Department Quality Assurance group.  If you do not have a contact name and number, please call (404) 676-2121.

Parts Requirements for Sales and Marketing Equipment
The Coca-Cola Company frequently utilizes sales and marketing equipment to promote and dispense its beverages to consumers throughout the world. It is important that all such sales and marketing equipment make a positive impression on consumers by functioning properly, which requires that parts be readily available during the entire life of the equipment. For that reason, we have established the "Parts Requirements for Sales and Marketing Equipment" policy. This policy ensures, among other things, a consistent supply of parts to service and maintain our sales and marketing equipment during its lifetime.
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