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Coca Cola to open Gaza factory within weeks

Coca Cola is to open a manufacturing plant in the Gaza Strip within weeks, which will eventually provide more than 1,000 jobs in what is one of the world’s worst-hit unemployment hot spots.

Palestinian investors have plowed some $20 million to underpin the drinks giant’s first foray into the Strip.

Coca-Cola eyes Brazil dairy entry with Verde Campo acquisition

Coca-Cola is in talks to buy Brazilian dairy player Laticínios Verde Campo in a move that would see the soft drinks giant enter the country's dairy sector.

Coca-Cola likely to enter pure dairy segment in India

Soda and juice maker Coca-Cola is working on an ambitious plan for the Indian market — an entry into the pure dairy segment, which will pit it against Amul, Britannia and Nestle. The maker of Thums Up cola and Minute Maid juice plans to introduce its global milk-based beverage brand Vio in India — without any carbonation.

Coca-Cola May Sell 9 Bottling Plants in the US

The Coca-Cola Company announced the formation of a new National Product Supply System (“NPSS”) in the United State on September 24, 2014.

The mission of the NPSS will be to facilitate the operation of the U.S. product supply system for Coca-Cola bottlers.

Coca-Cola Company closes on bottler territory deals in North America

The Coca-Cola Co has finalised agreements with two bottling partners over new distribution territories.

Monster Beverage Corp CEO warns of "scepticism" over Coca-Cola deal

The head of Monster Beverage has said distributors outside of the US have shown "scepticism" over the ongoing transition of The Coca-Cola Co's energy portfolio.

Coca-Cola wades into milk business with 'Fairlife' and expects to rain money!

Big soda companies have already gotten into the water business and the juice business. Now Coca-Cola is expanding into the milk business with a new product that it's claiming is more nutritious than regular milk but will cost twice as much.

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