16th November 2023 Coca-Cola / Events
Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park will return in 2023 for what will be its 29th year, having started in 1994.
The sale of brands developed in NZ and Australia results in a big windfall for the Kiwi division of the Coca-Cola bottler.
The most effective way to shrink Coca-Cola’s refrigeration emissions may be to shift away from its relentless pursuit to make a Coke within “an arm’s reach of desire”.
Greenpeace Aotearoa is accusing Coca-Cola of “blatant greenwashing” after what it says is the world’s biggest plastic polluter announced it will replace its green Sprite bottles with clear plastic.
Coca-Cola in New Zealand is joining its global counterparts by transitioning its Sprite beverage brand to clear plastic bottles from its trademark green.
Frucor Suntory has appointed Coca-Cola executive Alicia Ryan-Davis into the role of chief people officer, which will see her lead the company’s people & culture functions across Oceania.
Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park is making a return this year after being postponed in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid restrictions.
The two biggest drinks companies operating in Aotearoa – Frucor Suntory New Zealand and CCEP – have both increased revenue by almost a quarter over the last five years.
The two F&B giants are changing products and packaging in NZ to deliver on health and sustainability targets.
“Growth has been across the board,” says the drinks giant’s NZ boss, as the company’s market share ticks up during Covid.
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Coca-Cola in New Zealand has welcomed the government’s public consultation proposal for primary schools to only offer water, milk and non-dairy milk alternatives to their students.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners New Zealand donated over $10,000 to the Vodafone Foundation/Redcross Pacific Tsunami Appeal on Give A Little.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners New Zealand has retained The Gender Tick accreditation for 2021.
Former head of customer & commercial, Julie O’Toole, takes up a new role.