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Industry giants unite to eradicate forced labour in global supply chains

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Brands such as The Cola-Cola Company, Unilever and Tesco have shared their stories on how they eradicated forced labour in their global supply chains in a recently published report.

While the RTD market is growing, the dominance of Gold Peak and Pure Leaf has made it difficult for smaller brands to compete. Photo: Pepsi and Coca-Cola

Opportunities for tea: RTD, Millennials, and office services

Coca-Cola No Sugar has been clearly named to present its sugar-free formulation.

Coca-Cola launches Coca-Cola No Sugar: ‘The best tasting sugar-free cola we have ever made’

Coca-Cola plans to sustainably source 95% of its key beverage ingredients by 2020. ©iStock/Photology1971

Coca-Cola and partners invest $1.7bn in Indian agri ecosystem

Limited edition for Canada 150: Absolut vodka

What’s hitting the shelves? New product launches: May

Coca-Cola Refreshments executives have formed a new bottler to operate territory that includes territories in the Northeastern US. ©iStock/bluebeat76

Coca-Cola nears completion of US refranchising plan

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GST will ‘make food cheaper’, but drinks firms brace for price rises

The Coors Light Summer Certified cans. Picture: Coors Light.

Coors Light beer cans ‘come to life’ when exposed to sunlight

James Quincey will become CEO of The Coca-Cola Company on May 1. Picture: Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola to cut 1,200 jobs after fizzy drink sales fell 1%

We're all going on a summer holiday: Bali, Ibiza, Barbados...

Share a Coke campaign returns with more names and holiday destinations

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