Coca-Cola x Stranger Things: Find out what happened when we brought the upside-down world to London
Last week, in a small corner of East London’s Brick Lane, passers-by will have noticed something very strange afoot…Why, we hear you ask. Well, to celebrate the launch of Stranger Things’ third series – which will feature the now infamous ‘New Coke’ – Coca-Cola has partnered with Netflix to bring the
Stranger Things have happened: The story of New Coke
If you were around in the 80s you might remember New Coke. It wasn’t around too long, but people still remember the frenzy around its release.And this summer, the drink no one – ourselves included – thought would see the light of day again, returns. That’s right, 34 years after its short-lived launch,
Coca-Cola x Stranger Things: We’re transforming Shoreditch into Hawkins to celebrate the launch of Season three!
We know the small American town of Hawkins, Indiana is the home of Stranger Things. However, for one day only, those creepy happenings are headed to East London…To celebrate the upcoming third season of the hit show, Coca-Cola and Netflix are partnering to launch a Stranger Things-themed pop-up Arcade
Super fan’s cans: Meet the man with the world’s biggest collection of Coke
Davide Andreani is a Coca-Cola fan after our own hearts – and then some. He’s been collecting commemorative and special edition cans for most of his life and, back in 2015, he even made it into the Guinness World Records for the possessing the ‘Largest collection of soft drink cans’ – with
The classic flavour of Diet Coke gets remixed in our new, slightly fruity, ads…Here at Coca-Cola, we’re all about helping you staying refreshed all year round. But come summertime, we like to up the ante by making sure that there’s always some delicious, fresh fruitiness on hand to enjoy too.It’s
Introducing our new smartwater bottle made from 100% recycled plastic
Here at The Coca-Cola Company, we’re on a sustainability journey. We’re continually moving towards our goal of a World Without Waste, so we’re constantly looking for new ways to make our packaging as sustainable as possible.Today we’re taking a big step closer to that goal, with the news that the materials
Positive energy: Coca-Cola Energy dancing flash mob takes to the streets!
What better way to kick off the summer than by spreading some positive energy?Here at Coca-Cola, we love nothing more than sharing a joyful moment with friends, family – and even strangers – over an ice-cold beverage. So, to celebrate the recent launch of our first ever energy drink, Coca-Cola Energy,
Costa Coffee Ready-to-Drink: Classic Latte, Caramel Latte and Black Americano, coming to a fridge near you!
Get ready to experience your favourite Costa Coffee in a new way with a genuine coffee hit: Costa Coffee Ready-to-Drink is on its way from the end of JuneEarlier this year, we announced that Coca-Cola was acquiring Costa Coffee – the nation’s best-loved coffee chain. At the time, President and
Is this our chance to stop plastic becoming waste?
Note: This story first published on May 21st 2019 in Raconteur. See it here.Combating packaging waste through a circular economy of reusing and recycling plastic must be a top priority for government and industryMankind has a big challenge with plastic packaging. On the one hand,
Our ambition for a sustainable future: How the Coca-Cola system are going to recover and recycle all of our packaging
Our packaging is really valuable to us - without it, people couldn’t enjoy our drinks. We have always been committed to reducing the environmental impact of our bottles and cans so instead of them ending up as litter, they can be recycled and reused again and again to make new packs.That’s why for
Ocean plastic: addressing the problem and the steps the Coca-Cola system is taking towards a sustainable solution
How We're Reducing Sugar & Calories | Coca-Cola GB
At Coca-Cola GB, we're responsible for more than 80 drinks across 20 different brands, which includes fan favourites such as Diet Coke, Fanta, Dr Pepper, Sprite, Schweppes and glaceau smartwater. Since 2005 we've been busy changing the recipes to reduce the amount of sugar and calories our drinks contain - take a look at the timeline in the video. We've also introduced a lower or no sugar alternative for all of our major brands, creating more choice so there's a drink out there for everyone! Did you know? 39% of the drinks we sell are now lower or no calorie. And, by 2020, we aim for Great Britain to be the first country in the world where more than 50% of the Coca-Cola we sell is no or low sugar. For more information about our drinks, their ingredients and Coca-Cola Great Britain, visit our website: http://www.coca-cola.co.uk