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Coca-Cola HBC Tops Global Sustainability Rankings

Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC) has emerged as the world’s most sustainable beverage company for the seventh time, according to the 2023 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, one of the world’s leading global sustainability benchmarks published by S&P Global.

While HBC takes charge of producing, distributing, and selling beverages, the Coca-Cola Company handles brand ownership and development.

According to reports, the company boasts one of the most robust and versatile portfolios in the industry. It partners with renowned brands such as Monster Energy, Edrington, Brown-Forman, and Campari.

Zoran Bogdanovic the CEO of Coca-Cola HBC has remained committed to steering the company towards its sustainability goals, opening up avenues for a more sustainable future in over 25 years, celebrating the milestone of the company, he said, “These achievements are the result of our clear vision and targets in sustainability, our bold and entrepreneurial mindset, and our strong belief that sustainability is a true creator of growth and value for the business,” With over 25 years at Coca-Cola HBC.

“Our continued investment in technology, innovation, partnership and willingness to try new things are also helping us carve our sustainability path. Together we are moving towards our sustainability goals as we continue to open up opportunities for a more sustainable future.”

Headquartered in Switzerland, Coca-Cola HBC has been a pioneer in sustainability for years. Ever since the company launched its first social responsibility report in 2003 and its initial set of sustainability commitments in 2011, it continues to set the bar high in the beverage sector.

The S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook 2024 rankings confirm the company’s number-one global ranking in the beverage industry, with Coca-Cola HBC coming out in the top 1% of 9,400 companies across 62 industries.

Aiming to achieve a net-zero carbon footprint and net-positive biodiversity by 2040, the company has a strategy revolving around seven core areas:

Climate, Packaging, Water, Ingredients, Nutrition and People & Communities.

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