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Tag: Coca-Cola European Partners

Halo promotion

Energy drink upgrades

CCEP has announced a new partnership between Monster Energy and Microsoft’s new 2021 Halo Infinite game
Sharing formats should do well as consumers are forced to celebrate at home.

Covid-19 can’t stop soft drinks

Category on course for a successful festive season
energy drinks

Trends take a turn in 2020

Take-home packs and big cans both performing well as country continues to adapt to Covid-19
McVities biscuits

Value is critical to consumers

PMPs thrive in times of uncertainty

Big signings for CCEP

Coca-Cola European Partners has made some big signings to supports its ‘Make Your Home The Home End’ campaign
Monster racing simulator

A racey promotion

Monster Energy is the subject of a new promotion giving gaming enthusiasts the chance to win a Monster-branded racing simulator.
costa-coffee-rtd-cans

A summer sampling blitz for RTD

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has been delivering boxes of Costa Coffee cans to consumers across the UK as part of a summer sampling campaign
CCEP has reduced the price-mark on larger-format packs across its cola range.

Slashing prices

CCEP has reduced RRPs across take-home PMPs
Ready for summer

Ready for summer

CAPRI-Sun fans will have more options to choose from this summer
Schweppes classic

Mixing with the best

Premiumisation is the key to driving growth in the spirits market in the coming years according to Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP).
Coffee in cans

Cans can add energy to sales

Putting the value of ready-to-drink coffee at £139m and growing by 32%, Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) launched Espresso Monster early in 2019 and followed it up with Costa Coffee cans in the summer.
Sports drink

Health doing heavy lifting

Sports and energy drinks are thriving in c-stores as value growth continues and NPD brings excitement
Smartwater bottles

Health and hydration

It was one of the biggest trends of 2019, and the popularity of health-promoting products is likely to grow even more as we enter the 2020s.
Woman looking at soft drinks

Soft set for a big year

With the trend of alcohol reduction not going anywhere soon, premium soft drinks could be a breakout star of 2020.
Reign energy drink

Energy to Instagram

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is going after the fit young things of Instagram by launching a new energy drink brand.
premium-soft-drinks-rise

Alcohol decline is fine for soft

Changing consumption habits, particularly among young adults, could fuel premium soft drink demand .