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Statement on FIFA President

The Coca-Cola Company  |  Jun 2, 2015
We respect Mr. Blatter’s decision. The announcement today is a positive step for the good of sport, football and its fans. Our expectation remains that FIFA will continue to act with urgency to take concrete actions to fully address all of the issues that have been raised and win back the trust of all who love the sport of football. We believe this decision will help FIFA transform itself rapidly…Read More

Statement on FIFA Investigation

The Coca-Cola Company  |  May 27, 2015
This lengthy controversy has tarnished the mission and ideals of the FIFA World Cup and we have repeatedly expressed our concerns about these serious allegations.  We expect FIFA to continue to address these issues thoroughly. FIFA has stated that it is responding to all requests for information and we are confident it will continue to cooperate fully with the authorities.Read More

Coca-Cola Statement on Qatar and FIFA

The Coca-Cola Company  |  May 20, 2015
The Coca-Cola Company does not condone human rights abuses anywhere in the world. We know FIFA is working with Qatari authorities to address questions regarding specific labor and human rights issues. We expect FIFA to continue taking these matters seriously and to work toward further progress.  We welcome constructive dialogue on human rights issues, and we will continue to work with many…Read More

The Nepal Earthquake: How The Coca-Cola System is Responding

The Coca-Cola Company  |  Apr 29, 2015
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Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the people who have been affected by the earthquake in Nepal and the Himalayan region. We share the grief in as much as many of our own employees, their families and people dependent on our extended supply chain are at the receiving end of this natural disaster. We can confirm that all the Coca-Cola employees are accounted for. Our initial support has been…Read More

2015 Annual Meeting of Shareowners Preliminary Vote Results

The Coca-Cola Company  |  Apr 29, 2015
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Shareowners of The Coca-Cola Company supported the election of all directors and other management proposals, including the advisory vote to approve executive compensation, at the Company’s Annual Meeting held today in Atlanta. Below is a statement from the Company regarding the preliminary voting results.  Final results will be certified and then posted on the Company’s website and filed…Read More

The Coca-Cola Company Statement on Diet Coke

The Coca-Cola Company  |  Apr 24, 2015
There are currently no plans to change the sweetener for Diet Coke, America’s favorite no-calorie soft drink. All of the beverages we offer and ingredients we use are safe. Today, Coca-Cola offers people more than 700 beverage options in the U.S., including 200 and counting that are low- or no- calorie. By providing options, we invite people to pick the beverages that fit their individual needs…Read More

Coca-Cola China Offers to Acquire Xiamen Culiangwang Beverage Technology Co., Ltd

The Coca-Cola Company  |  Apr 17, 2015
SHANGHAI, April 17, 2015 – Coca-Cola China today announced its intention to make a cash offer to acquire 100 percent equity interest of Xiamen Culiangwang Beverage Technology Co., Ltd., a producer of plant-based protein drinks sold in China. The company is owned by Hong Kong-listed China Culiangwang Beverages Holdings Ltd. The deal is valued at approximately US$ 400 million. Headquartered in…Read More

The Coca-Cola Company Statement on Diversity Legislation

Coca-Cola does not support any legislation that discriminates, in our home state of Georgia or anywhere else. Coca-Cola values and celebrates diversity. We believe policies that would allow a business to refuse service to an individual based upon discrimination of any kind, does not only violate our Company's core values, but would also negatively affect our consumers, customers, suppliers,…Read More

Our Collaboration with Health Professionals

The Coca-Cola Company  |  Mar 18, 2015
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Recently, a news media outlet inaccurately reported that our Company and health experts characterize our mini-cans and zero calorie beverages as “healthy treats” and “healthy snacks.”  Neither The Coca-Cola Company nor its partners position our products in this way.  However, we do promote our mini-cans and zero calorie products as options for people seeking to manage their caloric…Read More