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THE COCA COLA COMPANY!
Transcript of THE COCA COLA COMPANY!
These are some well known countries (and clues) that have big Coca Cola companies can you guess them?
Can I have 3 volunteers please :)
BIG QUESTION: HOW MANY COUNTRIES SELL COCA COLA?
This is a picture of one coco cola company
CocaCola is sold in more than 200 countries throughout the world, so it's difficult to think of a country where it's not available. Even in countries where we do not manufacture CocaCola, it is nearly always available, as many entrepreneurs will import it from neighbouring countries. Since 1900 we have worked with local partners who bottle and sell Coca‑Cola products. By working with these partners, Coca‑Cola has been able to grow into a drink that's bottled locally but enjoyed around the world.
Coca Cola Consumption
Wow.. what can we suggest from this map?
Did you know that the Coca Cola company sponsored the London 2012 Olympics?
As part of coca cola's commitment to help make London 2012 the most sustainable Olympic Games of modern times, they supported LOCOG – the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games – in its aim to ensure that 70 per cent of all waste produced was reused, recycled or composted.LOCOG co-located three types of bin at every rubbish point so that spectators engaged with the request to sort their rubbish; the black waste bins were made much smaller than the recycling bins to indicate that they were a last resort(How cool is that!!). Coca Cola successfully recycled 15 million bottles from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, returning them to GB shelves as part of new bottles.They were able to do this thanks to a collaboration with ECO Plastics to fast track plans for the Continuum Recycling Plant. This more than doubled the amount of bottle-grade recycled plastic available in Britain, which meant they could recycle all clear PET drinks bottles from Games venues, turning them into new bottles within six weeks.
Coca Coca's Recycle Beat vehicle was a key part of the Coca Cola Beat Fleet. It was designed to encourage people who attended the Olympic Torch Relay to recycle.
When spectators popped their bottles into a slot on Recycle Beat, they got a musical reward, a photo and a chance to make a personal recycling pledge. They recorded more than 7,000 pledges and collected 30,000 bottles during the Olympic Torch Relay.
Sugar is one of the most important world commodities, produced and consumed around the world. There are 135 million tonnes of sugar produced each year from millions of farms and plantations in 127 countries around the world.
In the first instance, the international sugar market is characterised by low and volatile prices. While the price of sugar fluctuates constantly, there is a clear downward trend. Sugar prices have plummeted 76% in real terms between 1980 and 2000. Any change in international sugar supply or demand can cause a sharp jump in sugar prices...
For example, In 1980s the Coca Cola Company decided to substitute a corn base for sugar in its soft drinks. At the time, Coca Cola was using 600,000 tonnes of sugar annually and was the biggest buyer of sugar in the world. The change in demand made by this single company plunged the sugar industry into a long and deep crisis (oh dear). However, i think this information is biased as it is only opposing coca cola and not looking the other side of the argument.
From this we can see that farmers in developing countries must compete with wealthy, more powerful countries with greater financial resources to dedicate to sugar production and greater political power to subsidize and promote their sugar industries.
This is a clip of how coca cola has changed peoples lives in many ways to make their company more globalised
The Coca-Cola Company is the world's largest nonalcoholic beverage company. It offers a portfolio of world class quality sparkling drinks, starting with Coca-Cola and extending through over 400 soft drinks, juices, teas, coffees, waters, sports and energy drinks that refresh, hydrate, nourish, relax and energize. Coca-Cola history began in 1886 when the curiosity of an Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton, led him to create a distinctive tasting soft drink that could be sold at soda fountains. He created a flavored syrup, took it to his neighborhood pharmacy, where it was mixed with carbonated water(sorry guys i thought i had to put a little bit of science <3.) and deemed “excellent” by those who sampled it. Dr. Pemberton’s partner and bookkeeper, Frank M. Robinson, is credited with naming the beverage “Coca Cola” as well as designing the trademarked, distinct script, still used today!
"The key to getting people to change their behavior is to make to change easy and fun-that way, you don't have to tell them to do good things, they'll just want to. Coke really understands this principle. Their recycle beat vehicle was an inspired way to get spectators of olympic torch replay to recycle"- Nick Stanhope (local resisdent)
As you can see Coca Cola tried to promote itself in a good way so they could be more popular. Therefore, it will also increase how globalised they actually are...
Fact:did you know that the Coca-Cola brand is worth $74 billion, while Budweiser, Pepsi, Starbucks, and Red Bull combined are worth about $50 billion, according to the BrandZ Top 100.
.Coca-Cola is one of the most well-known brands in the world, operating in over
.Founded in 1880, Coca-Cola began its journey toward becoming the world’s best
and largest beverage company.
.COCA COLA HAS HELPED PEOPLE CHANGE THIS WORLD....
DON'T FORGET TO BYE A COKE BOTTLE TODAY IT WILL HELP LOTS!!!