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Tag Archives: Coca Cola

Soda brand performance fizzles out

There’s nothing more refreshing than a can or bottle of ice-cold soda. What is less refreshing is the sustainability performance of many popular soda brands. Soda brands face challenges with regards to energy and water use, the need for sustainable and recyclable packaging, and ethically sourced sugar and other raw materials – and Rank a […]

Soft drinks not so soft for environment and labor conditions

Most soft drink brands show little ambition when it comes to the use of fair trade and environmentally certified ingredients, reduction of packaging, waste and water usage, and climate impact. Let alone that these brands show some actual results. Luckily, there are some exceptions that are performing better. One would expect that a sector that depends so much on water […]

Soda brands' first sustainable steps

Read our press release (Dutch only): “Soda brands” first sustainable steps” We have news! Soon you will be able to see our new website (the web builders are in the final sprint) and we are also engaged in the development of brand new sectors which will be added to the site soon. So keep a […]

Green, but not Fair? Looking closer at Coca Cola’s PlantBottle

Have you seen Coca Cola’s PlantBottle? It’s “up to 30% made from plants” and is being hailed as a sustainable packaging revolution, winning awards from both industry and independent players. While bio-based plastics represent a genuine alternative to materials based on fossil-fuels, they’re by no means problem-free: like all crop-based products, they raise questions relating […]