Coca-Cola Brazil—together with Banco do Nordeste (Brazil Northeast Bank) and other NGO, private and public sector partners—will invest $6.5 million by 2020 to increase access to clean drinking water for low-income communities in Brazil’s northeast region. The alliance, which announced the commitment just ahead of World Water Day 2017, will work together to source, develop and test innovative and scalable water solutions.
Additional partners, all
Problems from millions of people lacking access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) can seem insurmountable. But global developers looking for answers might find a few more than they’d expect from one of the world’s best-known circuses.
For one night every year since 2013, Cirque du Soleil puts on a slightly different show in Las Vegas. The production features the same high-flying acrobatics and fantastic costumes that made Cirque du Soleil a
April Crow is our senior director of environment and sustainability at The Coca-Cola Company. Here she explains how we're working with charities and organisations around the world to help tackle the issue of marine litter, and other global habits negatively impacting our oceans.
If you’ve been on a beach or in the ocean, unfortunately you’ve probably seen some form of litter. The alarming amount of debris in our oceans is increasing and having
It's been another incredible year at Coca-Cola, from celebrating our 130th anniversary to launching several new drinks, and meeting global sustainability targets like water replenishment. Here are just a few of our favourite #CokeJourney stories and videos from 2016.
Our 130th anniversary
We celebrated an important milestone this year – Coca-Cola’s 130th anniversary! Back in 1886, while the Statue of Liberty was still being built, the first
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
Using real-time data and targeted ads, our Glacéau Smartwater marketing team at Coca-Cola GB were able to reach fans with hyper-relevant, tongue-in-cheek content about the brand. Brand manager Bryony Lester and MediaCom associate director Gillian Blair talk through the summer campaign…
Bryony: There are a lot of options when it comes to choosing which bottle of water to buy, it’s a very crowded marketplace. And because Glacéau Smartwater
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
glacéau smartwater teamed up with Jessica Skye, founder of London yoga class, Fat Buddha Yoga. She shared her top five ‘distilled’ yoga tips, which aim to help us find focus and simplicity in our complex lives.
1) Stop. Breathe.
Stop for a moment and observe how you are breathing. Is it through your nose or mouth? It says a lot about your energy - short shallow breaths suggest low drive and higher stress levels. Rejuvenate yourself by simply
There’s nothing more frustrating than knowing you’re missing something, but not knowing what or where the problem lies. One spring day in Edmonton, north London, that was the quandary facing Maryanne Proctor, Environment Manager at the Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) factory.
The Edmonton factory had introduced its weekend shutdown process, allowing factory lines to go down, making savings on idle lines into a routine. But after shutting down