Our actions to be transparent
We have published a list of the health and wellbeing partnerships, research and individuals that had received financial support from Coca-Cola.
'We’ll Do Better': Coca-Cola Vows to Improve Transparency
Editor's Note: This op-ed appeared originally on page A11 of the Aug. 20, 2015 edition of The Wall Street Journal, and is being republished with permission here on Coca-Cola Journey.At Coca-Cola, the way we have engaged the public health and scientific communities to tackle the global obesity epidemic that is plaguing our children, our families and our communities is not working. Our company has been accused of shifting the debate to suggest that physical activity is the only solution to the obesity
Coke Gives Norfolk Island a Taste of Coke Life
Working for Coca-Cola can take you to some surprising places. That's what brand manager Dino Bozzone recently found when standing on Kingston Pier, handing out drinks to the locals of Norfolk Island.The people of Norfolk were chosen as the first community in Australia to sample the newest addition to the Coca-Cola family - Coca-Cola Life.“To launch Coke Life, with 35 per cent less sugar than Coca-Cola and with the natural sweetness of stevia, we wanted to go somewhere surprising,” said Dino. “The
Life is Sweet: Coke Life Arrives in Australia and New Zealand
The latest addition to the Coca-Cola family – Coca-Cola Life – has hit shelves in Australia and New Zealand. Coca‑Cola Life is made with a blend of sugar and stevia-leaf extract. It delivers the best possible Coca-Cola taste with 35% less sugar and kilojoules than Coca-Cola. To achieve a great-tasting, lower-kilojoule alternative to the original Coca-Cola drink, the company has combined sugar with stevia – a natural sweetener with minimal kilojoules. Consumer-led change As only the fourth drink