The Coca-Cola Company does not support legislation that discriminates. We believe policies that discriminate are contrary to our Company's core values and also negatively affect the lives of our associates, consumers, customers, suppliers, and partners. As a global Company, we strive for diversity, inclusion and equality in our business and support these rights in society.
The Coca-Cola Company will never condone intolerance or discrimination
[Update, April 2016: For our most recent statement on the importance of equal rights, please click here.]
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
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide consumers with the information and options necessary to make informed beverage decisions for themselves and their families, Coca-Cola Canada is implementing bold, new initiatives aimed at lowering calories and providing consumers smaller package options.
These initiatives include:
Launching a new innovative sleek can (310mL)
Reducing our most popular immediate consumption package size by
“The President’s trip to Africa this week underscores the critical importance of U.S.-African trade and highlights what business leaders all across the globe see every day – communities, businesses and governments that are linked together in a global economy that increasingly knows no boundaries. That’s why policy choices that are made in Washington – like immigration reform – are so important because they can have a positive economic impact on not
Our concerns with Mayor Bloomberg's proposal are well known. We know the Mayor has the best intentions for his city. However, we believe the best way to tackle obesity is by working together. As a team, we can make a lot more progress. People can consume calories from many different foods and beverages, so it makes no sense to single out sugar-sweetened beverages.
We have a record of working together to create solutions:
The School Beverage
"We regret that our high standards for quality, integrity and collaboration were not met by some individuals during recent events at our Shanxi bottling plant. These issues were isolated to this one plant in China," David G. Brooks, President of Coca-Cola Greater China and Korea, said today at a media briefing in Taiyuan, Shanxi.
"We have taken a number of corrective actions to address these matters, and we will redouble our efforts
Extensive media coverage has been devoted in the past few days to some misconceptions about caramel and The Coca-Cola Company's beverages. We want to set the record straight, and be absolutely clear:
The caramel color in all of our products has been, is and always will be safe, and The Coca-Cola Company is not changing the world-famous formula for our Coca-Cola beverages. Over the years, we have updated our manufacturing processes from
Earlier this fall, Coca-Cola and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) launched "Arctic Home" to raise awareness and funds for the polar bear and its Arctic habitat. The campaign has created widespread excitement around our first-ever change from red cans to white. People are talking about, sharing and making contributions to help protect the polar bear's home with us.
People have told us they love the limited-edition white "Arctic Home"
Partnering with the Thai Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity Thailand to Relieve and Rebuild Thailand after devastating floods
ATLANTA, Nov. 21, 2011 - The Coca-Cola system has committed more than $2 million USD to "Reunite to Relieve and Rebuild Thailand," a sustainable flood relief initiative designed to provide emergency relief and rebuilding efforts to help victims of the devastating floods in Thailand. As part of this $2 million
On October 25, Coca-Cola announced that we would temporarily change the color of our red Coca-Cola cans to white as part of a campaign to raise awareness and funding for a cause close to our hearts -- the polar bear. These new white "Arctic Home" cans have been making their way onto store shelves over the past couple of weeks.
For those consumers who are used to seeing Coke in our iconic red cans, the attached fact sheet highlights some