The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) is committed to the responsible marketing of our products. TCCC has a history of aligning its commercial practices with our sustainability goals, our business goals and our values. Our Responsible Marketing Policy clearly states that we will respect the role of parents and caregivers by not marketing directly to children under 12. Specifically, this means we will not advertise in:
We will not design our marketing communications in a way that directly appeals to children under 12. Specifically, we will not use, in any communications created after the date of adoption of this policy:
The Coca-Cola Company’s approach to marketing is consistent with the International Chamber of Commerce Marketing & Advertising Code and its Framework for Responsible Food and Beverage Marketing Communication. We support these guiding principles across our marketing communications.
As a global business, we believe in commercial free schools. We will not commercially advertise in primary schools. The following are incorporated by reference and made part of this policy:
Our system supports education programs for children under 12 in local communities throughout the world. Any brand presence in programs for children will simply indicate and recognize funding support/sponsorship and will not be for the purpose of advertising.