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Brazil: Coca-Cola/Femsa Workers approve new agreement

At a meeting between the Sindicato da Alimentação de Limeira/SP (Food Workers' Union) and Coca-Cola/Femsa workers, Cosmópolis/SP unit, the signature of the 2014/2015 collective bargaining agreement was approved.

Coke Confronts Its Big Fat Problem

Sandy Douglas drinks one Coca-Cola every day. He likes it early, before noon, sometimes accompanied by a cup of coffee. "You get an espresso, you get your caffeine and have this for lunch, and you're ahead," he says between sips from Coke's old-fashioned 8-ounce glass bottle. When it's over, he doesn't allow himself a second. "I will probably have a Coke Zero in the afternoon at some point," he concedes, but not another regular one because it has too many calories. "That's approximately my daily regimen."

Coca-Cola HBC's Q2 & H1 Performance by Region

Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company has released its Q2 and H1 results.

Half-year net profits jump by 45.2% to EUR95.1m (US$127.1m)
Sales in six months to end of June slip by 5.9% to EUR3.18bn
H1 operating profits climb by 22.5% to EUR164.1m
Second-quarter net profits leap by 49.5% to EUR134.4m
Sales in three months to end of June drop by 5% to EUR1.9bn
Q2 operating profits rise by 33% to EUR193.3m

Coca-Cola HBC has warned that 2014 will be a difficult year.

Brazil: No progress in negotiations with Coca Cola franchise in Bahia

After several unsuccessful negotiations with management of Coca Cola franchise in Bahia, workers in the manufacturing unit of Salvador plant began to mobilize due to the huge gap between what they claim and what the company offers.

India overtakes Germany as Coca-Cola's sixth largest market


India has become the sixth largest market for Coca-Cola by volume sales, overtaking Germany as low price points and wider distribution helped the world's largest beverages maker increase sales in the second-most populous country.

We've forced Coca-Cola to back down, now it's PepsiCo's turn!


On June 13 Spain’s High Court ordered the Spanish Coca-Cola Bottler
CCIP to reverse its decision to fire 1,190 workers as a result of their
plans to close 4 plants.

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