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Teamsters at Coca-Cola Ratify Contracts Covering 1,400 Workers

Coca-Cola workers in Southern California have ratified two contracts covering about 1,400 Teamsters that increase wages and pension benefits.

USA: New Pact for Over 500 Coke Workers in New England

A five year contract for over 500 workers at two Coca-Cola plants in Massachusetts brings pay increases and protects benefits. The IUF-affiliated  Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union(RWDSU) members at the two facilities – in Needham and Waltham, Massachusetts - will see raises anywhere from 3 to 18 percent each year of the contract.  Workers can earn an attendance bonus of $1,675 annually, and a ratification bonus and numerous incentives will bring workers more money.

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.

US: Coca-Cola Co agrees territory deal with Coca-Cola Bottling Company United

The Coca-Cola Co has sold a bottler to Alabama’s Coca-Cola Bottling Company United as part of a plan to hand territory to its franchisees.

The company has offloaded Alabama-based Scottsboro Coca-Cola to Coca-Cola United for an undisclosed fee, it was confirmed on May 27.

US: Coca-Cola is reducing its bottler territory

The Coca-Cola Company has agreed to hand over bottler territory to Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated (CCBCC) as part of a plan to expand its franchises' footprint and to reduce its bottler territory.

Coca-Cola Splits North American Business

Coca Cola Company has announced plans to restructure its North American business in an attempt to accelerate its franchising efforts and streamline its main focus.

Has Coca-Cola Co's Dasani water brand got a sparkling future in the US?

In soft drinks, a change of mayor meant the spotlight returned to New York last week. Is the ban on large sugary drinks in restaurants, movie theatres and from food carts dead and buried, or merely on hiatus as Bill de Blasio makes himself comfortable? Still in the US, regular commentator Ray Rowlands considered the potential for Coca-Cola Co's sparkling Dasani.
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