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Latest Articles in coca cola

Serving Up More Than Cola

Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are seeking to reinvent themselves in the Indian market with locally sourced healthy and nutritious products. Will the dependence on juices, water and dairy variants work?

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Brands Have To Comprehend Change To Stay Relevant

Beyond a point, you cannot influence the external factors but have to find a way to deal with it. You have to know when you need to revisit the drawing board, pick up and plan next steps. And do so with all humility

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Coca-Cola To Invest Over Rs 10,000 Crore In Indian Agri Ecosystem

Close to $800 million (around Rs 5,000 crore) of this contribution would be towards the procurement of processed fruit pulp and fruit concentrate for The Coca-Cola Company.

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FMCG: Shaken & Stirred

The new entrants and the existing players in the beverage industry are set to outdo each other in the business of quenching thirst

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Ban Call On Coke, Pepsi By Tamil Nadu Traders Comes Into Effect

Reacting to the call to boycott products of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo India, the Indian Beverage Association said it was 'deeply disappointed'

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Globescan: Flying High

Ford Motor Co will close its Kansas City, Missouri pickup truck and van plant for a week in early January to match production and demand, the automaker said recently

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Coca-Cola To Enter Dairy Drinks Segment In India

The company has tied up with Reliance Retail as part of pilot launch to make the brand available exclusively across the latter's 500 stores starting Tuesday

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Coca-Cola To Shut Some Plants If GST Gets Green Signal

Coca-Cola, which operates 57 factories across India, said a proposal to group sugary sodas with higher-taxed luxury cars and tobacco would hurt demand for its drinks

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Varanasi Villagers Blame Coca-Cola For Water Scarcity

Coca-Cola uses the same groundwater source to meet its production needs - placing it in direct competition with the local community, environmentalists say

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