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Deep RiverRock was one of just two FMCG brands to win in 'long-term effectiveness in advertising' category at ADFX Awards
More than 700 people, including employees and their families, attended the Family Fun Day at Coca‑Cola HBC's plant in Knockmore Hill, Lisburn.
A culture of ‘everyday cycling’ is becoming embedded across the island of Ireland as 2.3 million journeys taken across five public bike schemes.
The Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund has shortlisted 20 projects with 'vast potential to inspire and support young people across the country'.
Coca‑Cola HBC welcomed the recently appointed Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to its Lisburn facility, to give James Brokenshire an overview of the company’s recent achievements and investments across Northern Ireland. Mr Brokenshire was accompanied by Jeffrey Donaldson, MP.
Invented by Jacob Schweppes ‘Creator of Bubbles’ in 1783, Schweppes has been charming tongues ever since. With the perfect balance of bubbles and flavour, the iconic range is now evolving with a new look and feel, and the option of a 200ml pack to complement the existing 125ml range.
In its successful first year, Coca‑Cola Zero Belfast Bikes has seen 3,500 members take 191,000 journeys, covering 174,000km. Bike users invested to share in the celebrations at Belfast City Hall.
Youth inspiration and disability campaigner Joanne O’Riordan joins broadcasters Eoghan McDermott and Pete Snodden as the 2016 Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund ambassadors, calling on youth groups to get creative with project ideas that foster self-esteem, confidence, wellbeing and leadership in young people across the country.
Deep RiverRock Still 500ml bottle is now 16% lighter, in the latest in a series of sustainability achievements by Coca‑Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Raheny's Sarah Dempsey shares her experience of 'Feeding Ireland's Future' at Coca‑Cola HBC