For one day, the employees of Coca‑Cola Austria were travelling the Donau-Auen National Park to clear the area from waste. Numerous filled garbage bags, collected bulky waste and three kilometres of cleared waterfront speak for the success of the symbolic action within the initiative "World Without Waste".
Since 1929, Coca‑Cola mainly represents togetherness: “Together!” is not only the motto of the anniversary year, but also shows the joint efforts of the Coca‑Cola System in Austria in the field of sustainability in practice.
Responsible use of the vital resource of water has top priority for Coca‑Cola HBC Austria. The company has set ambitious goals for sustainable use and makes an active contribution to resource protection.
In 2017, Coca‑Cola HBC Austria has taken another step towards a World Without Waste — a goal recently announced by The Coca‑Cola Company’s CEO James Quincey. The bottler has set ambitious and long-term goals for itself. These goals and their implementation are documented in the latest sustainability report. For the first time, the report was created and reviewed according to the new Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards. It is now available for download on the recently relaunched company website www.coca-colahellenic.at in German and English.
Since mid-April, Cappy brings a fruity boost to Austria’s breakfast tables. Cappy Smoothies and the functional juices Cappy+ replenish the Cappy range and provide a perfect impulse to start the day.
Fruity news! In line with the motto “to live on fruit and love alone”, Römerquelle marks a further milestone in its success story with Römerquelle fruity. This unique Römerquelle innovation with natural mineral water, fruit juice, fruit puree and important vitamins is available now in two summer flavours: Lemon Cucumber and Pear Blackberry.
In cooperation with the Public Employment Service (Arbeitsmarktservice) Austria, Coca‑Cola HBC Austria has launched the initiative #YouthEmpowered in order to open up new perspectives for unemployed young people. The goal for Austria is to mentor 3,500 young people by 2020 and to improve their chances on the job market. More than 100 employees of the Vienna location are already involved.