The #YouthEmpowered programme by Coca‑Cola HBC is designed to give young people access to the life and business skills they need to transition into work. It aims to improve employment prospects through access to employability workshops based training, online content and mentoring support.
Minimising our environmental impact across the whole value chain is a core target for Coca‑Cola HBC. We’ve been setting annual improvement targets since 2004 and are working towards ambitious 2020 goals. Read about how our Irish operations contribute to these results.
Coca‑Cola HBC's Matthieu Seguin shares a view on how industry can play a role in bridging the divide between education and the workplace, and help young people to succeed.
We’re committed to promoting community wellbeing by offering our consumers choice and transparent information about our drinks. Read about some of the recent actions we have taken.
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.
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 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.