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This week, we focus on how increasing the number of energy-efficient coolers – to 50% of all our coolers in the market – will help drive down our CO2 emissions.
On 13 December Virginijus Sinkevičius Minister of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania and Robertas Dargis the President of Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists' today honoured our Company with the prestigious Golden medal of "Product of the Year 2018" for the excellent natural mineral still water "Neptunas".
The Socio-Economic Impact Study by Steward Redqueen showed that in 2017 the Latvian consumers spent 65 million Euros on Coca‑Cola products. 45 million Euros or 70 percent of that stayed in the local economy as taxes, salaries and profits.
The Socio-Economic Impact Study by Steward Redqueen showed that in 2017 Estonians spent a total of 49 million Euros on Coca‑Cola products. The Coca‑Cola System added 34 million Euros value in Estonian economy as taxes, salaries and profits.
The Socio-Economic Impact Study by Steward Redqueen showed that in 2017 The Coca‑Cola System supported 134 million Euro value added in the Baltics. The largest share of 55 Euros million was created in Lithuania where 1697 jobs were supported, most of them in trade sector. The results of the Study were presented yesterday during the Coca‑Cola Stakeholder Forum in Vilnius.
November, 1, Riga. Employers’ Confederation of Latvia in collaboration with Coca‑Cola HBC Latvia organised a responsible business conference, with this year’s topic being: Attracting and Retaining New Talent in Companies.
Coca‑Cola Zero with cinnamon taste will be available in Estonian market in the beginning of November and the drink will be sold in limited quantity until the end of January.
Hundreds of representatives from Coca‑Cola and Coca‑Cola HBC took time out to join coordinated cleanups as part of the global movement of World Cleanup Day on 15 September. Just some of the initiatives that took place across our network are highlighted on the map below.
The company fully supports the promotion of sustainability and would like to encourage all the employees to live a sustainable life, inside the company and in their private lives. Motivated by the Let’s do it initiative that started 10 years ago in Estonia, on the 15th of September, Coca‑Cola HBC Baltics will support the World Cleanup Day.
“Nature cannot save itself, and neither can a single man. We need to think broader, to involve the corporate sector, municipalities and NGOs. It is only through such comprehensive cooperation that we can help nature bounce back,” says Uģis Rotbergs, one of the founders of WWF Latvia.