Coca-Cola announces more names and includes Coca-Cola Life, Cherry Coke
April 18, 2017
Back by popular demand, Atlanta-based The Coca Cola Co.’s Coca-Cola brand is reintroducing its successful Share a Coke program under a new name — "Share an ICE COLD Coke.” "Share an ICE COLD Coke" bottles will hit shelves in May, the company says.
Music lyrics on Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero and Coca-Cola Life packages
May 16, 2016
As part of its Share a Coke program, The Coca-Cola Co. will strike a note by inspiring music fans across the United States to celebrate a moment, a memory, a mood or a feeling, bringing people together through the love of music, it says.
For the past several years, the beverage industry has faced an evolution in consumer demand. A consumer drive toward maintaining overall health and wellness has impacted several categories, particularly carbonated soft drinks (CSDs).
Limited-edition packaging design featured as part of It's Mine program
March 15, 2016
For the first time, Diet Coke released millions of unique package designs with the launch of the Diet Coke It’s Mine program. The innovative initiative, a continuation of the brand’s Get A Taste campaign, launched Feb. 1.
The Boyd Co. Inc. recently released a report titled “Comparative Cost of Food and Beverage Industry Processing,” which looks at operating costs for beverage processing plants, including labor, utilities, real estate and taxes.
Personalized packaging to include four times as many names as last year
April 14, 2015
Atlanta-based TheCoca-Cola Co. is bringing back its Share a Coke campaign this summer following a successful run last year. Beginning this week, the company will once again swap out its iconic logo on 20-ounce bottles of Coca-Cola, Diet Cokeand Coca-Cola Zerofor 1,000 of the most popular names in the country, quadrupling the number of names featured in 2014, the company says.
The Coca-Cola Co. brand to launch new TV spot featuring Taylor Swift later this fall
September 22, 2014
Since 1982, consumers have been turning to Diet Coke because they love its taste, according to The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta. To expand on this, the brand is launching a new campaign to show fans what life would be like if it tasted as good as Diet Coke.