The Coca-Cola Company

Light colas are valued by Nielsen MAT at more than £900m annually

Coca-Cola launches low-sugar push

By Rod Addy

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is stepping up its innovation through four key brands, with the promise of more to come later in the year as it aims to demonstrate its healthy credentials.

At least 50% of CCEP’s bottles will be made from recycled PET by 2025

Coca-Cola sets higher green targets

By Rick Pendrous

A new sustainability action plan covering drinks, packaging and society has been jointly launched by The Coca-Cola Company in western Europe and Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP), in a move that is claimed to be the first initiative of its kind.

A backlash against stevia in the US led Coca-Cola to do a U-turn on its Vitawater recipe

Coca-Cola Company won’t ditch stevia in the UK

By Nicholas Robinson

Sugar reduction campaigners have praised the Coca-Cola Company’s (CCC’s) refusal to drop the natural sweetener stevia in its Glaceau Vitaminwater in the UK, as it has done in the US.

Baldry: CCE has pledged to cut calories by 5% per litre by 2014

Coca-Cola Enterprise’s holy trinity for health

By Gary Scattergood

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) will focus on reformulation, pack sizes and advertising messaging in order to meet its Public Health Responsibility Deal obligations, in a move bosses no doubt hope will stave off the lingering threat of statutory intervention.

Super soup brand: Nestlé's Maggi brand of instant soups, stocks, sauces, taste enhancers and noodles was selected by Kantar Worldpanel as the top food brand

Maggi is the world’s top food brand: Kantar

By Lorraine Mullaney

The number one global food brand is Nestlé’s Maggi range of instant soups, stocks, sauces, taste enhancers and noodles, according to Kantar Worldpanel. Unilever’s Knorr brand came second while PepsiCo’s Lay’s brand was third.