Crazy YouTube video of above ground swimming pool with refreshing Coca-Cola and Pepsi Cola.
Ardagh covers the iconic Coke bottle in aluminum.
Coca-Cola offers 2014 World Cup fans special collector bottles made by Ardagh.
New adult beverage Finley to debut in France in April 2014.
Coca-Cola offers a concept can that allows consumers to literally share a Coke and a smile.
Coca-Cola selects new Tetra Gemina Aseptic Leaf package for improved handling, pouring and a sleek new design for Dobry juice in Russia.
Registration now open for 2013 ’48 Hour Re-Pack’ student packaging design competition.
New partnership with JBF Industries will help deliver world’s largest facility for plastic packaging made from plants.
UK Coke delivers first new brand launch in 20 years.
With Chinese bottling partners, it invests in new infrastructure, partnerships, brand building and sustainability programs.
DASANI and Odwalla launch 100 percent recyclable plant-based bottles, the first beverage brands with packaging made from plant-based materials to be available nationally in U.S.
The Coca-Cola Company and H.J. Heinz Company today announced a strategic partnership that enables Heinz to produce its ketchup bottles using Coca-Cola’s breakthrough PlantBottle packaging. The partnership is an industry-first, and one that both companies hope others will follow to transform how food is packaged around the world.
Sustainability is steadily gaining in importance for consumers as they want ethically and ecologically impeccable products, packaged in a resource-conserving manner that nevertheless ensures their perfect condition when purchased. This is a major challenge to packaging producers, as the industry wants to save on materials without compromising the stability of the packaging in any way.
Odwalla, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Company, is planning to raise its environmentally-friendly credentials to the next level in early spring by switching all of its single-serve drinks to the 100-percent plant-based PlantBottle containers launched by its parent company to widespread acclaim last year.
Odwalla, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Company, is switching all of its single-serve drinks to the 100-per cent plant-based PlantBottle containers launched during the 2010 Winter Olympics.