Sustainability is integrated across every aspect of our business as we look to create and share value for all our stakeholders.
We’re committing to new sustainability targets for 2020 to reinforce the sustainable growth of our business and inspire a better future.
Explore our archive of integrated annual reports and social responsibility reports to review our sustainability performance from 2010 to the present day.
The Coca‑Cola Company announced a series of commitments in 2013, which the Coca‑Cola system – of which Coca‑Cola HBC is a part – aims to achieve by 2020.
Coca‑Cola HBC has been named industry leader and awarded a Gold Class distinction in RobecoSAM's annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment
At Coca‑Cola HBC, we are proud to be one of the world’s most sustainable companies. Our accolades in this area are unparalleled, having been confirmed as the beverage industry’s global sustainability leader by Dow Jones, for the third year running and, now, making the CDP's prestigious Global Climate A list.
We are committing to new sustainability targets for 2020 to reinforce the sustainable growth of our business and inspire a better future.
We’re minimising our environmental impact, from the resources we use to making sure we source responsibly.
We’re committed to promoting an active, healthy lifestyle by offering choice and behaving transparently and responsibly.
We’ve worked consistently to integrate corporate responsibility and sustainability across every aspect of our business.
At Coca‑Cola HBC we believe that creating a sustainable future is a global matter. It’s by working with others that we can promote change and respond effectively to challenges.
Now in its seventh year, in 2017 the Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund will make €100,000 available for community projects that support and inspire young people across the island of Ireland.
At 3,530 km, the Volga is the longest river in Europe. Coca‑Cola HBC Russia has been working in partnership with the WWF on the Living Volga Project to conserve and rebuild the river's resources for over 10 years, making this one of the most important environmental projects in Russia.