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Coca‑Cola Clean Coast Week encourages the nation to 'Do Good' to 'Feel Good'

With hundreds of events and clean-ups planned, ambassadors Kian Egan and Colin Murphy lend their support for this years Coca‑Cola Clean Coast Week, encouraging the nation to play their part in protecting and celebrating the beautiful Irish coastline.

Stefanie Preissner and Pete Snodden Encourage Youth Groups to ‘Leap into Action’ for this years’ Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund

A further €100K in funding available from Coca‑Cola for community projects with ideas to inspire and support young people.

Sprite Goes No Sugar

Sprite has relaunched with a zero-sugar counterpart, replacing the original recipe. It will be joined by a refreshing new Lemon Lime and Cucumber flavour, also with no sugar.

Increasing options for those ‘on-the-go’

The new ‘zero’ flavours to entice consumers include Diet Coke Exotic Mango, Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar Peach, Fanta Pink Grapefruit, Sprite and Sprite Lemon Lime & Cucumber. Coca‑Cola Classic will also be available in smaller, more convenient pack sizes to help people to manage their sugar intake while on-the-go.

Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar offers a significant opportunity for the on-trade

With new 200ml and 330ml Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar glass packs now available for the on-trade, the fastest growing zero sugar brand is primed to capture incremental revenue for the channel.

Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar is now available in all cinemas contracted to Coca‑Cola HBC

Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar is now available in all cinemas throughout the country that are contracted to Coca‑Cola HBC Ireland & Northern Ireland. Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar will also be available in 90% of away from home outlets by the beginning of April.

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.

Coca‑Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland presents its first environmental report

Our island of Ireland business is on track to achieve our 2020 targets in water, waste and energy reduction. A further focus in 2018 will be to do more to reduce the amount of packaging we use, integrate more sustainable packaging materials into our supply chain, while championing responsible consumer behaviour.

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