The Coca-Cola Company
Carlsberg will now join The Coca-Cola Company, The Absolut Company and L’Oréal in an international paper bottle community
Two new research prototypes for its Green Fibre Bottle are revealed – containing beer for the first time
A stark reminder of corporate responsibility in plastic pollution
A monthly look at some of the hits and misses in the packaging world from the viewpoint of Joe Public, Canadian Packaging magazine’s revolving columnists. From the April 2018 issue.
PAC Packaging Consortium brings back its two-day packaging industry event to Montreal.
The Coca-Cola Company announces new global vision to help create a world without waste to help collect and recycle a bottle or can for every one it sells by 2030.
Event organized by Toronto-based Generis Group.
Brand Finance estimates the potential value loss to businesses at close to US$300 billion if plain packaging is extended to the beverage industry, noting that The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo would each lose approximately $45 billion or 25 percent of enterprise value.
Sidel partners with Coca-Cola in developing new design for Fanta bottle in PET.
As part of its strategy, Coca-Cola European Partners aims to double the amount of recycled plastic in all of its bottles by 50 percent by 2020.
Diet Coke leverages cutting-edge digital printing technology in a dazzling display of mass product customization and personalization across Canada last fall
See how a Belgian Coca-Cola campaign keeps up a classic beverage motif.
It’s the real thing – Coca-Cola launches new global campaign “Taste the Feeling”.
In a year-long global birthday celebration, the Coca-Cola Bottle 100 campaign was activated in 140 Markets on November 16, 2015.
New members of billion-dollar sales club now includes Gold Peak, FUZE TEA and I LOHAS.
Ford teams up with Heinz to create usable tomato auto parts.
Apparently $1.25 billion only gets one about 10% of the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, but it does give the soft drink manufacturer a chance to deliver a new at home beverage system for Coke.
Working with WWF, eight companies will wrestle with bioplastic development in a responsible way.
ALPLA joins The Coca-Cola Company and Danone in Avantium’s PEF bottle development.
Iconic brand ads new limited edition style look for the U.S. soft drink aisle.