Cola Cola Company pledges to make a quarter of its packaging reusable by 2030

Cecilia Keating
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Coca Cola produces more than 120 plastic bottles a year | Credit: iStock
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Coca Cola produces more than 120 plastic bottles a year | Credit: iStock

Greenpeace hails target as 'first substantial reuse commitment from a major brand'

The Coca-Cola Company has today unveiled a new reusable packaging target, announcing that it is aiming for at last a quarter of all beverages sold across its portfolio of brands to be sold in refillable...

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