Resource efficiency has long been at the heart of our thinking around sustainability, particularly when it comes to our packaging. We have made positive progress across our business in recent years. But we know there is much more to be done – by Coca-Cola and by the wider industry – to minimise the materials we use; reduce waste; improve packaging recycling rates; as well as tackle litter.
That’s why we have embarked on a review of our sustainable
Coca-Cola Great Britain, General Manager Jon Woods talks about sustainable packaging, recycling and reducing litter and what the company’s position on these issues really is.
Our packaging is really valuable to us – it’s essential for our business and for people to be able to enjoy our drinks. Therefore we are focused on how we can use less and recover and recycle more.
That starts with what goes into our packaging in the first place.
One of the water brands we look after at Coca-Cola GB is Abbey Well Spring Water, which will soon have a new look. But there’s more to this bottle than just a new twist on its design. Here are three ways it’s been manufactured with the environment in mind...
The new twistable bottle design may seem like the stand-out change to your Abbey Well bottle, allowing the user to literally twist the bottle before disposing of it, but we’ve been working hard
In North America, the iconic Coca-Cola polar bears are back on Christmas packaging for the first time in three years with a bold, simplistic interpretation from noted illustrator Noma Bar.
Coke’s global and North America design teams collaborated with Coca-Cola Mexico to refresh the seasonal icons, who debuted in a 1993 Coca-Cola commercial titled “Northern Lights” and subsequently took on a more realistic look over
When you take part in our Snap to Donate campaign, and upload a photo of a Coke bottle with the FareShare logo, you start an incredible story that ends with a vulnerable person in the UK receiving a nutritious meal. So what happens between you snapping a pic and somebody tucking into that plate of food? We follow the journey from bottle to plate…
Heard about Snap to Donate? It’s our Christmas charity promotion supporting our partner FareShare, the
With Christmas not far away, we asked our Coca-Cola Collectors to share some of their festive favourites to help spread the seasonal spirit. From boxed beauties to advent packaging and Coke bottles from far-away lands, it’s inspiring stuff…
Bert: Rare boxed bottle
Bert Schuurink is a Field Sales Manager at our bottler Coca-Cola European Partners in the Netherlands - a dream role for a Coca-Cola Collector!
"My favourite Coca-Cola Christmas
As part of its #RefreshingStuff campaign, Oasis has launched special packaging that's optimised for the social media 'face swapping' phenomenon. Find out how you can win a limited edition bottle!
These days you can face swap your friend, your favourite celebrity or even your cat. But what about your favourite drink? No problem. Oasis has just created the world's first ever* face swappable bottle...
Using any face swap app (Snapchat springs to mind)
Coca-Cola Israel took the selfie to another level this summer. Introducing the first ever selfie bottle...
Imagine this scenario.
You look amazing today. You feel even better. This is going to be the best day ever. And you’re going to celebrate, of course, by snapping the most excellent selfie and posting it to Snapchat.
But you need to be unique. Your selfie needs to be the coolest ever. How could you possibly top the selfie you took last
Giving never looked so good. This Christmas, as you look for the perfect gift for that special someone, you can also do a little good in the world with a purchase that helps empower women entrepreneurs.
Each one-of-a-kind, handmade item in our 5by20 artisan collection is created by a female artisan using her creativity and resourcefulness to turn packaging (sometimes discarded as waste) into beauty. It’s better than guilt-free shopping; it’s do-good
Everyone knows the worrying truth that the planet’s resources are finite. The linear way we consume goods and services - taking, making, using and then disposing - is not a future we can continue to live in. That’s why Coca-Cola GB is committed to the circular economy: a different – and more sustainable - way of looking at things.
‘What is the circular economy?’
The circular economy is a new take on what is probably a more familiar mantra: “reduce,