26 Oct 2016
GLACÉAU Smartwater, the UK’s fastest growing water brand1, is launching a sparkling version in the UK for the first time. GLACÉAU Smartwater Sparkling has the same clean, crisp taste as the original but with the addition of tiny bubbles to create a lightly carbonated water.
To retain the same distinctive Glacéau Smartwater taste, British spring water from Northumberland is vapour distilled, carbonated and then has just the right amount of electrolytes
In the two years since Coca-Cola GB launched GLACÉAU Smartwater, it’s become the fastest-growing water brand on the market, worth more than £30 million. To keep up with demand we’re launching a sparkling version with the same clean, crisp taste, which will hit supermarket shelves this November.
Already an A-list celebrity favourite across the pond, Glacéau Smartwater Sparkling has the same distinct taste as the original drink, but with the addition
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Diet Coke has again partnered with Asda’s breast cancer charity Tickled Pink to raise money and awareness. Emma Gittoes, Community Manager at Asda, tells us how Diet Coke fans are contributing to the charity’s goal of raising £5m.
First up, I want to say a big thank you to everyone who’s held a Tickled Pink event, bought a Tickled Pink product or donated even a few pennies. I know it’s a cliché, but even
Next month Coca-Cola Great Britain senior customer manager, Jonathan McGowan will be ‘out of office’ for a slightly different reason. He’ll be taking on a 500km bike ride across Madagascar to raise money for Ronald McDonald Houses, a charity that means a great deal to him.
A few years ago, in a tragic turn of events, Jonathan’s six-year-old son, George, was diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening illness. It was a dark time for the family, with
20 Oct 2016
On 12th November, 2012, The Coca-Cola Company dove headfirst into the unchartered waters of brand journalism by reimagining our corporate website as a dynamic digital magazine and owned media channel.
Inspired by leading online publishers and powered by social media, the pioneering storytelling from our global Coca-Cola Journey site brings the compelling stories behind our company and brands – who we are, what we do and why we do it – to
To mark the arrival of organic herbal tea drink Honest, we’ve been testing Londoners’ honesty for the past few weeks. Unmanned stands of Honest drinks have been popping up across the capital, complete with a voluntary honesty box. Our only request is that people leave a quid for each bottle taken...
Some might say that Londoners are known (unfairly or not) for being a little busy and impatient - especially during rush hour on the tube - but forget
For the first time, Coca-Cola’s global 5by20 programme, which aims to empower 5 million women entrepreneurs by 2020, launches in Dundee, Scotland. Find out how women in the region are learning valuable catering and business skills from weekly classes at a custom-built Coke Café.
A state-of-the-art kitchen, brand new classroom facilities and a room full of bright, young hopefuls. That’s what you can expect to find at the Coke Café in Dundee, where
Each month we take one of your questions and ask one of our experts to answer it. This month it’s Science and Regulatory Affairs Senior Manager Fiona Angus’s turn to explain…
I know there are lots of caffeine-free Coca-Cola fans out there – when we recently posted a video on Facebook about the choice of colas we offer lots of you pointed out that it wasn’t mentioned! I’m pleased to reassure everyone that while our video
Editor Matthew Hepburn reports back from Plan It Day, the first part of Do It Day from The Drum, where marketers and brands come together to solve some of the biggest issues facing local communities and companies like Coca-Cola GB.
Today the Old Truman Brewery in London’s East End became a creative hub for some of the world’s biggest brands and brightest minds, as leading media and marketing publication The Drum kicked off its global Do It
Visit Coca-Cola Journey and you’ll be served a story about how Coca-Cola Consolidated, an independent bottler based in Charlotte, North Carolina, is funding the restoration of more than two dozen Coke ghost signs, old-school mural advertisements that have faded with weather and time. Aside from the heavy brand shout-outs, it’s the type of article you might find in a regional arts and entertainment newspaper or magazine.