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Coca-Cola launched its recyclable PlantBottle made 'partially from plants' in 2009

‘One trip throwaway’ packaging suits beverage brand image: Canadean

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Drinks market analysis firm Canadean says that, while it is surprising that a growing number of beverage packages are ‘one trip throwaways’ given environmental concerns, such packaging does offer  brands a better image and greater pack design flexibility.

CCE CEO John Brock (Picture Copyright: Coca-Cola Enterprises)

Liquid profit: Coca-Cola Enterprises CEO tops US drinks rich list

By Ben BOUCKLEY

As we await the latest Forbes league tables listing US executive pay, we look back at the 2012 list that saw Coca-Cola Enterprises CEO John Brock take the laurels as top 2011 drinks earner, trumping Muhtar Kent and PepiCo chief Indra Nooyi, though neither...

Pepsi's new bottle promises consumers a 'more stimulating, tactile interaction'

PACKAGING EXPERT NOTES DISTANCE FROM CLASSIC COKE BOTTLE

Pepsi: 1st US bottle redesign since 1996 is only start...

By Ben BOUCKLEY

PepsiCo will roll out its first new shape Pepsi bottle since 1996 across the US from April and says further launches will follow in 2013, and packaging expert Andrew Streeter tells BeverageDaily.com he thinks the brand has distanced itself from the classic...

Coca-Cola accused as US-China cyber war of words escalates

US FIRM ACCUSES CHINESE ARMY OF GLOBAL IP CYBER ATTACKS

Coca-Cola accused as US-China cyber war of words escalates

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Chinese authorities have accused Coca-Cola China of illegally mapping parts of Yunnan Province, while a high-profile US cyber-security company alleges that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is behind at least 115 cyberattacks on US firms, and three foreign...

Coke slams 'meritless' Minute Maid false advertising action

COKE: MINUTE MAID AND SIMPLY ORANGE LABELING COMPLIES WITH FDA RULES

Coca-Cola Company slams 'meritless' Minute Maid false advertising action

By Ben BOUCKLEY

The Coca-Cola Company has failed in its attempt to strike out 13 consolidated lawsuits alleging that Simply Orange Juice and Minute Maid products were falsely advertised as natural, but says it will fight what it claims is a 'meritless case'.

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