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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.

Doing it BIG: after selling Philippines operations to FEMSA, TCCC still doing damage

Eight months after FEMSA bought a 51% stake in Coca-Cola Philippines and gained management control, The Bottling Investments Group (BIG) of The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) is still relentlessly destroying jobs.

Will FEMSA carry the cost of sugar smuggling in the Philippines?

The alliance of sugar farmers and sugar workers in the Philippines declared support for the nation-wide campaign calling on Coca-Cola to respect workers' rights.

The Philippines: Sugar farmers, workers declare support for Coca-Cola workers

In a statement issued by Sugar Watch, a national alliance of sugar farmers and sugar workers, the labour policies of Coca-Cola Philippines were denounced as "unfair, unjust and inhuman."

Philippines unions send warning to Coca-Cola FEMSA about more protests & disputes to come

In a mass rally in Manila protesting at the Coca-Cola Philippines headquarters against violations of workers' rights, unions and youth groups also sent a message to the Mexico-based Coca-Cola FEMSA:"Beware (open your eyes) - you might be buying a hornet's nest ... respect workers' rights in the Philippines".

Philippines: APL launches campaign to "Put the Fizz Back in Jobs at Coke"

Alliance of Progressive Labor (APL) - Put the Fizz Back in Jobs at Coke

 

“Every time you open a bottle of Coca-Cola, please remind the company to respect workers’ rights,” this is the plea made by Coca-Cola union leaders this morning during a press conference. They are asking the patrons of the soft drink giant to support their struggle against employment policies that destroys regular jobs.

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