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Coca-Cola Buying Costa Coffee: What does this Mean for the Industry?

Michael Schaefer

Michael Schaefer

31 Aug 18

The Coca-Cola Company’s US $5.1 billion acquisition of UK coffee shop chain Costa Coffee is bold departure for the company, marking an ambitious push into both hot coffee and into directly operating away-from-home brands. In this podcast, Michael…

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Health-Conscious Carbonates Arriving in Southeast Asia

Nathaniel Lim

Nathaniel Lim

2 May 18

With growing concerns over unhealthy lifestyles linked with sugar consumption in Southeast Asia, governments in the region are implementing policies to reduce sugar intake. Sugar taxes are one of the main ways that countries are combating sugar…

Article

Naturally Healthy Bottled Water: Global Growth Opportunities and Sustainability Challenges

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

2 Apr 18

Euromonitor International's health and wellness team have published a new global briefing, titled Healthy Living: Insights of Global Naturally Healthy Bottled Water. The report leveraged data from several Passport systems including soft drinks,…

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Monthly Health Series: The Competitive Landscape of Health and Wellness in 2017

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

15 Feb 18

Euromonitor International recently published 2018 edition of health and wellness data inside of our Passport research database. In the health and wellness beverages market, major soft drinks companies such as Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Nestle and Danone…

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Coca-Cola No Sugar Faces Setback as Australia's Largest Supermarket Chooses Not to Range the Product

Sara Agostino

Sara Agostino

6 Jul 17

Coca-Cola Amatil’s launch of its new Coca-Cola No Sugar in Australia and New Zealand on June 16 is the most significant launch of a new Coke product since Coca-Cola Zero was released over a decade ago, in 2006. This new product development is the…

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Coca-Cola's Refranchising Effort Seeks Global Efficiencies as Consumption Shifts

Howard Telford

Howard Telford

26 May 16

The Coca-Cola system of companies is in the process of major changes to their bottling and distribution operations. The company owns 76 principal beverage bottling and canning plants worldwide, including under its own Bottling Investments Group. This…

Podcast

First Quarter Soft Drinks Earnings Recap

Howard Telford

Howard Telford

5 May 16

Major soft drinks companies are releasing their first quarter earnings for 2016. For PepsiCo, most of its overall growth is being driven by its Frito Lay snack business and not so much in its carbonates. Coca-Cola is in the midst of a large…

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Consumers Expanding Tastes outside of Carbonates

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

7 Mar 16

Consumers are constantly expanding their soft drink consumption outside of carbonates. Ready-to-drinks tea, bottled water and juices are just as prevalent to consumers as soda. As a result, companies are increasingly expanding their product…

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Cola Giants May Lose Out on Global Soft Drinks Growth as Carbonates Declines in 2020

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

20 Feb 16

The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) and PepsiCo recently held their analysts conference on Q4 2015 financial results. TCCC announced plans to refranchise and focus on brand building and marketing, whereas PepsiCo’s discussion of growth initiatives appeared…