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Coca-Cola partners with Green Mountain to create Keurig Cold machines

Coca-Cola partners with Green Mountain to create Keurig Cold machines

Cold-drinks giant Coca-Cola has reportedly plans to partner with single-serve coffee brewer Keurig's parent firm Green Mountain Coffee Roasters to create Keurig Cold machine that would enable people to make sodas with a press of a button.

According to a fresh report published by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the Coke-Keurig machine will work with pods, in a similar manner to the wildly successful Keurig coffee machines.

Coca-Cola India aspires to achieve double-digit growth

Coca-Cola India aspires to achieve double-digit growth

The Indian arm of U. S.-based beverage giant Coca-Cola is aspiring to achieve a double-digit growth over the next few quarters and make India the group's fifth largest market by the end of current decade.

Venkatesh Kini, deputy president for India and Southwest Asia business at Coca-Cola, said that the third quarter of 2013 marked the 29th consecutive quarter of growth for the company.

Coca-Cola India announces significant management changes

Coca-Cola India announces significant management changes

American beverages giant Coca-Cola on Friday announced an organizational rejig at its India arm in a bid to bring about greater synergies between its management and bottling partners.

Coca-Cola India said that Debabrata Mukherjee, the current vice president of its strategy & still beverages, would now become vice president of marketing & commercial operations.

Mr. Mukherjee who has been serving Coca-Cola since 1998, was the chief of marketing Coca-Cola Korea before returning to India in 2011.

Coca-Cola to invest $5bn in India in next 7 years

Coca-Cola to invest $5bn in India in next 7 years

U. S.-based beverages giant Coca-Cola has reiterated its plans to plans to invest $5 billion in India by the year 2020, even as the Asian country is suffering its worst economic downturn in more than a decade.

Ahmet C Bozer, president of Coca-Cola International, on Thursday said that the company's investment plans were on track as previously planned.

Coca-Cola India and Jain Irrigation Start New Project to Boost Mango Yields

Coca-Cola India and Jain Irrigation Start New Project to Boost Mango YieldsIndia tops the list of mango producers worldwide and thus growing yield in this sector would definitely profit not only a single company but the entire nation.

Coke tribunal cleared

Coke tribunal cleared

Sweeping away opposition from the Industries Ministry, the Kerala Cabinet on decided on Wednesday to create a tribunal in order to assess and claim compensation for the damage caused by the Coca Cola its bottling plant at Plachimada in Palakkad. The soft drink giant, however, maintained that it had done no wrong.

Kerala government panel finds Coca Cola guilty

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A panel set up by the Kerala government to investigate the alleged losses suffered by the victims because of Coca Cola's plant at Plachimada has said on Monday that the state should collect about Rs 216.26 crore from the company as compensation for the victims.

The panel lead by Additional Chief Secretary K Jayakumar consisted of a total of 14 members and was formed in April 2009. The panel has recommended the formation of a tribunal to help victims affected by the plant. The panel included legal experts, agricultural scientists, environmentalists and health and ground water experts.

Coke Emerges as Best Among its Non-Alcoholic, Fizzy Contemporaries

Coke Emerges as Best Among its Non-Alcoholic, Fizzy ContemporariesProper exposure in the international market is the most important driver for top-line growth among American beverage producers. Despite the fact that recent strength in the Dollar might end up stunting margins for drink manufacturers with large foreign presence, overseas growth will be important to build momentum as the American market continues to battle issues.

Coca-Cola files application to acquire Chinese juice co

Coca-Cola, the world’s a worldwide leading beverage company has announced that it had registered an application with the Chinese government to acquire its juice maker Huiyuan Juice Group.

According to the sources, Hong Kong-listed Huiyuan controls more than 40% of the Chinese market for pure juice.

Coca-Cola annunciated that it will pump USD 2.4 billion for acquiring Huiyuan.