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Coca-Cola HBC brings the great taste of Costa Coffee to Ireland & Northern Ireland markets

Costa Coffee’s Signature Mocha Italia Blend just one of the irresistible variants now available to enjoy at-home and on-the-go

Introducing Coca‑Cola Energy


The newest addition to the Coca‑Cola HBC's portfolio in Ireland and Northern Ireland

Monster – The New Arrivals

In 2019 we will welcome three new Monster flavours to the family

Schweppes, Ireland’s number one mixer, expands its popular Elderflower tonic range with new 1 litre pack

Growing at 222%, ‘Elderflower’ is the fastest growing flavoured tonic, outperforming the market and driving growth within the mixers category

Coca‑Cola extends iconic ‘RED’ to Coca‑Cola zero sugar packs

Coca‑Cola has revealed a new design for the Coca‑Cola range featuring new look packaging for Coca‑Cola and Coca‑Cola zero sugar. The changes unify both variants with the iconic Coca‑Cola red and form part of the company’s commercial strategy to encourage more people to try Coca‑Cola zero sugar.

Driving forward our reformulation agenda with the re-launch of Fanta with reduced sugar

A new spiral bottle and logo is unveiled for Fanta, as the reduced sugar recipe marks a further step in Coca‑Cola's commitment to reduce sugar from its portfolio in Ireland by 10% by 2020

Coca‑Cola enters the dark art of mixology

The world’s most famous soft drink will launch its first ever range of Signature Mixers next month, designed and expertly crafted to be enjoyed with dark spirits

Made to Make a Difference

Celebrating its 100% recycled bottle range, Deep RiverRock encourages greater recycling to achieve a closed loop for packaging

Coca‑Cola's new pack line-up will offer people simple choices when the government’s tax on sugar-sweetened drinks is introduced

The new Government tax will lead to an increase in the price of Coca‑Cola Classic, but Diet Coke and Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar will not be affected. Furthermore, thanks to extensive reformulation over the past two years, the majority of Coca‑Cola HBC's portfolio will be exempt from the new tax.

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