The Mannequin Challenge is the latest viral video trend. It's where people remain completely still while someone films around them, making it seem as if they're frozen in time. Our events team took on the challenge at the Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour, see how they did...
At the Bradford stop of our Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour, our hardworking events team decided to get a little creative and staged their very own Mannequin Challenge. Watch the
New starter Eleni Sardi joined Coca-Cola GB as a Communications Manager, after having managed the company’s digital Consumer Interaction Center (CIC) for just over a year. Earlier this month she attended Blogfest – an event run by online parenting network Mumsnet – where she got to answer some frequently asked questions from our consumers face-to-face for the very first time.
I have probably read, reviewed and replied to more questions on social
Here’s how they differ:
Coca-Cola Classic – the original and refreshing great taste of Coca‑Cola
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar – tastes more like Coca-Cola Classic taste but with zero sugar and zero calories
Diet Coke – a lighter taste with no calories
Coca-Cola Life – the great Coca-Cola taste made from a blend of sugar and stevia plant extract sweetener, which reduces the sugar and calories by 45% compared to Coca-Cola Classic and other full
Here’s the list of ingredients in Coca-Cola:
Carbonated water – Approximately 90% of Coca-Cola is water. The carbonated part is purified carbon dioxide, which gives the drink its “bubbles” or “fizz”.
Sugar – Coca-Cola Classic’s sweet taste (and also some of its mouthfeel) comes from sugar. Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke are sugar free, while Coca-Cola Life has a blend of sugar and stevia plant extract, a sugar-free sweetener from natural sources.
The basic structure and function of taste buds are the same for everyone, however some people have different chemical receptors to others, changing the way they taste food or drink. This may mean that some people enjoy the taste of Coca-Cola in different ways to one another. Coca-Cola now has other variants including Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Diet Coke and Coca-Cola Life, as well as other flavours such as Coca-Cola Vanilla, Coca-Cola Cherry with Zero
Many food and drink agencies around the world have tested aspartame and approved its safety. In December 2013, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) reviewed aspartame once again and re-confirmed it was safe.
Did you know? The food and drinks industry uses aspartame in yoghurt and sugar-free chewing gum as well as soft drinks.
Find out how we’re reducing sugar in our drinks
31 Oct 2016
For many, catching a glimpse of the iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck is a sign that the festive season is well and truly underway.
This year, the Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour will be returning to the UK for the sixth year in a row, spreading festive cheer up and down the country and giving fans the chance to get closer to the magic.
Highlights this Christmas include:
· The truck will embark on a nationwide tour from 17th November, visiting
Zahid Fayyaz is a Coca-Cola GB brand ambassador who spent his summer travelling up and down the country for our Coca-Cola Zero Sugar nationwide sampling tour. Here he explains what goes on behind the scenes, and why he loves his job!
I love my job. I started working for Coca-Cola GB as a brand ambassador because it’s a lot of fun – you get to interact with a lot of people, go to different places and ultimately put smiles on people’s faces. This is
When it comes to aspartame, there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation out there. If you were put to the test, could you spot aspartame fiction from aspartame fact?
Aspartame is a sweetener made from the same building blocks of protein found in everyday foods like meat, fish and eggs.
It is used by food and drink manufacturers in a range of products including yoghurts, chewing gum and soft drinks.
It’s around 200 times sweeter than sugar
This summer, Coca-Cola kept fans and cans cool with an exciting packaging evolution that tells consumers when their Coke is perfectly chilled.
Across parts of Western Europe, we introduced colour-changing packaging with temperature-sensitive labels that transform the Coca-Cola logo from classic white to blue and pink when the can or bottle is perfectly chilled at 4°C.
The label activation was part of our summer drive to put Coca-Cola in