Categories: Afternoon Coffee In case you missed it, ADP announced earlier Monday it would acquire WorkMarket for an undisclosed sum. Coca-Cola announced a goal as part of its sustainability initiative to collect and recycle the equivalent of all of the packaging it puts out into the world by 2030. Show More Summary
JetBlue and Coca-Cola teamed up for a really cute one-day promotion at JFK Airport, which is bound to make just about anyone smile. Here's how they describe what they did: "The airport is full of people from all different places, offering a great opportunity to connect with someone new. Show More Summary
Coca-Cola announced long-term recycling goals Friday, including attempting to recycle a bottle or can for every beverage it sells by 2030. The soda maker and other consumer products companies have … Click to Continue »
Coca-Cola has just announced its New Year’s resolution—it’s going to try to alleviate some of its environmental impact. The soft drink giant says it is planning to collect and recycle the equivalent of 100% of its packaging by 2030,Show More Summary
Coca-Cola announced on Friday that for every bottle it sells, it will recycle the equivalent number of bottles. Greenpeace slammed Coca-Cola for focusing on recycling, instead of making moves to decrease its use of single-serve plastic bottles. Show More Summary
Soft drink giant says it will make bottles with average of 50% recycled content, collect bottles and cans industry-wide even those of rivals
Feisty Cherry. Zesty Blood Orange. Twisted Mango. Ginger Lime. No, those aren't contestants on RuPaul's Drag Race or characters from a Cartoon Network kids show. They're new flavors of Diet Coke! It's all part of Coca-Cola's next gamble, to endear...
Audiences will see more long-form ads, longer than 30 seconds, than ever before this Super Bowl, according to NBC. Less than 10 spots remain to be sold. While big advertisers like Coca-Cola, Anheuser-Busch and Kia will be running ads,...Show More Summary
It appears soda-makers are getting increasingly desperate to hook young people on their product. On Wednesday, Coca-Cola announced four new flavors of Diet Coke—Twisted Mango, Feisty Cherry, Ginger Lime, and Zesty Blood Orange—expressly targeting Millennials, CNN reports. "Millennials are now thirstier than ever for adventures and new experiences,...
Diet Coke se renueva para tratar de revitalizar las decaídas ventas de refrescos sin azúcar. Coca-Cola Co. afirmó este miércoles que tendrá nuevas latas de Diet Coke de 12 onzas, más altas y delgadas, actualizará el logo y ofrecerá la bebida -de 35 años de antigüedad en el mercado- en cuatro nuevos...
Summary: Coca-Cola announced Wednesday it is changing Diet Coke's design and rolling out a new marketing campaign for the beverage. It is also launching new flavors but keeping the classic Diet Coke unchanged.
Coca-Cola fans in Japan will soon be able to sample the brand’s first ever peach-flavored Coke. Peaches are a big deal in Japan; according to Japanese mythology, the fruit has the power to dispel evil, and even has its own festival. On March 3, the country celebrates Momo no Sekku, or “the seasonal festival of […]
It looks like Coca-Cola is branching out for 2018. In a recent announcement, the company revealed it was rebranding its popular Diet Coke soft drink. Now presented in a tall and slimmer can, new flavors of the zero-calorie beverage have also been made available. “Ginger Lime,” “Twisted Mango,” “Zesty Blood Orange,” and “Feisty Cherry” make up […]
USA TODAY did a taste test of Ginger Lime, Feisty Cherry, Zesty Blood Orange and Twisted Mango, which will hit store shelves on Jan. 22.
Diet Coke is getting a makeover to try to invigorate the sugar-free soda's slumping sales. Coca-Cola Co. said Wednesday that it's making its 12-ounce Diet Coke can taller and slimmer, updating the logo and offering the 35-year-old drink in four new flavors: mango, cherry, ginger lime and blood...
Would a new can design and flavors like "Feisty Cherry" or "Twisted Mango" convince you to drink Diet Coke? The Coca-Cola Company sure hopes so. The brand announced Wednesday that it's done a total design overhaul for the diet soda, featuring thinner cans and bright designs for its new flavor offerings. Show More Summary
Thirty-five years after making a splash with the introduction of Diet Coke, the Coca-Cola company announced that the marquee product is getting a "full brand restage." Starting next month, consumers who pass by the beverage case will see Diet Coke in new product dress: A skinny silver can sporting a bold center stripe whose colors...