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Tag: Coca-Cola European Partners


Industry reacts to DRS

Soft drinks firms told us their views on the Scottish Government’s DRS scheme .

Bundling up gets results

Meal deals are well worth mulling over

Capri-Sun campaign focuses on new recipe

The improved health credentials of Capri-Sun is the focus of the latest marketing campaign for the brand, which has been airing on TVs across the UK

The sugar levy: 12 months later

Changing habits, reformulation and value growth
Monster coffee cans

Canned cold coffee has arrived

Shoppers looking for an energy hit with a difference can now pick up a can of Monster Espresso
coca cola energy

Energetic NPD for the spring

Coca-Cola Energy will feature the taste of Coca-Cola alongside caffeine, guarana extracts, B vitamins and no taurine

Cool caffeinated NPD hits shelves

Monster Energy launches an RTD coffee COCA-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has made a major foray into the cold coffee category with the launch of a...

Unleashing a flurry of flavour

CCEP has unveiled a raft of soft drinks NPD ahead of the summer .

Food to go is here to stay

In the first Convenience Conversation of 2019, Scottish Grocer invited a group of retailers, suppliers and EPOS firms to Kirkcaldy to talk food to go and impulse. Discussion centred around how c-stores can position themselves to make the most of this valuable market .

PMPs key in convenience

Soft drink shoppers will look for PMP

Bottling success for January sales

Bottled water can be a valuable category

Free from sugar but full of opportunities

Sugar-free soft drinks are performing well in Scotland, with growth continuing at pace

Soft drinks sparkling

With the focus on health showing no sign of stopping, the festive period is sure to be a big opportunity for soft drinks sales

Some cinnamon for the season

Coca-Cola European Partners launches a new limited edition flavour in time for Christmas 2018

Energy to go? Go for it

Brands advise putting energy drinks in food-to-go deals

Low cal energy

Brands focus on sugar free options