Coca-Cola Current Affairs, GK & News
Coca-Cola and Chinese dairy firm Mengniu have signed a multi-year global Olympic deal to become joint sponsors (beverages and dairy) of Olympic Games starting from 2021 to 2032. Key Highlights Neither International Olympic Committee (IOC) nor two companies (Coca-Cola and Mengniu) involved in sponsorship disclosed the size of deal. The agreement was unveiled in Lausanne, ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Category: Sports Current Affairs
Topics: Chinese dairy firm Mengniu • Coca-Cola • International Olympic Committee • IOC • IOC session • Lausanne • Longest Olympic sponsor • Mengniu • Olympic Games • Olympic TOP programme • Switzerland • The Olympic Partners programme • Youth Olympic Games
Coca-Cola has unveiled its carbonated version of jaljeera across the country. Coca-Cola first came up with a type of cumin-flavored sparkling water, then with a mix of unripe mangoes and spices. And further ahead, it could be spiced buttermilk. This is a strategy of Coca-Cola in India as it is trying to outpace the global ..
Coca-Cola Company announced that it would invest $5 billion in the country between 2012 and 2020. The company aims to double its business visualizing vast growth opportunities in the country. The company directly hires more than 25,000 people in India creating indirect employment for more than 1.50 lakh people in related industries through its vast ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2012
Project Unnati In order to implement UHDP Practice for Mango Cultivation, Coca-Cola India and Jain Irrigation come together under Project Unnati. UHDP: Ultra-High Density Plantation Coca-Cola India and Jain Irrigation declared the commencement of Project Unnati Unnati to set an exceptional joint venture with farmers to reveal and facilitate implementation of ultra-high density plantation (UHDP) ..
Topics: Coca-Cola • Crops • Drinks • Drupes • Food and drink • Indian Institutes of Technology • Jain Irrigation Systems • Maaza • Mango • Mustafa Abdul Jalil • National Institutes of Technology • Non-alcoholic drinks
Coca Cola targets to be ‘water neutral’ by 2012Global beverages player Coca Cola plans to replenish all the groundwater used by the company in India back into nature and become completely ‘water neutral´ by 2012.“Our target is to neutralise all ground water usage by the company in India by the end of the current calender ..
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