Coca-Cola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever have reiterated their commitments to a creating a circular economy after a report said their plastic waste was contributing to climate change and harming the health of the world’s poorest people.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, beverage brands are donating their money, time and products to keep their communities afloat in uncertain times. Here's just some of the initiatives that have emerged this week.
We put beverage players Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Nestlé, Keurig Dr Pepper and Danone under the spotlight to compare their sustainable packaging targets. From rPET content to the development of innovative new materials, what does each company pledge to achieve?
Nielsen’s annual Top 25 Breakthrough Innovation awards whittled down 45,000 CPG products and singled out five US beverages. Products from PepsiCo and Coca-Cola were among those gaining top honors; alongside hard seltzer success story White Claw.
A new report on plastic waste and recycling commissioned by Coca-Cola has pushed for F&B firms, especially in the ASEAN beverage industry, to look at setting up non-profit facilities focusing on PET recycling as a means with ‘significant potential’...
Coca-Cola will launch sparkling water AHA in North America next year: seeking to differentiate itself from the pack with eight fusions blending mainstream fruits with newer, niche flavors. “Retailers told us they don’t need yet another lime or berry flavored...
Coca-Cola China is banking on the popularity of digital e-commerce in the country to introduce its second local sports drink BodyArmor to consumers via its Tmall store, along with other products only found in other global markets thus far.