Environmental Practices Of Coca Cola

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I will discuss the environmental practices of Coca-Cola, to further your interest in order to invest in the company. Coca-Cola as a company want to “provide the right products, responsibly, and to promote healthy and active lifestyles. Obesity is a problem, not just in the United States, but in the entire world. There were 1.4 billion adults that were overweight last year. Coca-Cola wants to decrease the number of people that are overweight. People look at Coca-Cola and assume that they are an unhealthy company, but in reality they are doing all they can do to reduce the obesity rate in the world. For advertisements, Coca-Cola doesn’t target a specific audience under 12 years of age. That’s why when you flip through kids channels, you don’t …show more content…
The only way that Coca-Cola makes to a schools vending machine is in the teacher’s longue and or breakroom. It restricts the children from having a sugar rush in the classroom. Recently more and more Coca-Cola products offer drinks with little or no calories at all. Coca-Cola is editing some ingredients of their famous drinks to provide healthier options for the consumer. In 2014, out of the 800 products by Coca-Cola, there has been more than 200 beverages that contain 200 calories or less in North America alone. Along with providing the most nutritional information on the labels on their beverages, they also support physical activity programs such as sports. As a global company, Coca-Cola doesn’t just care about the well-being and physical activity in North America, it supports sporting events around the world. As I mentioned earlier, Coca-Cola is doing whatever it can to provide a healthy product and decrease the obesity number in the world. Coca-Cola supports the community to help children move, they support more than 200 programs in over 100 countries. They have a program that is one of the biggest community program ran by Coca-Cola, it’s called the Copa …show more content…
It’s an annual soccer tournament that features teens from around the world. In Mexico alone, more than 80,000 schools have participated in the competition, in Africa over 100,000 students participated. A lot of adult volunteers participate in the Copa Coca-Cola, to educate kids and promote a healthy lifestyle. Coca-Cola is a partner of a global partnership called “Exercise is Medicine.” The reason was Coca-Cola wanted to be a founding partner of Exercise is Medicine, is because, as a company they wanted physical activity to be the standard for the healthcare system in the United States. Exercise is Medicine, is currently in 34 countries around the world but they plan expanding that

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