Eco news

Coca-Cola HBC has again been rated Europe’s most sustainable beverage company, and for the 11th consecutive year has been ranked among the top three beverage industry performers globally.  The news was disclosed in S&P Global’s Annual Yearbook, which confirms the 2021 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), one of the world’s leading sustainability benchmarks. Coca-Cola HBC was also given a Silver Award by S&P Global. Commenting, C...

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Snacking preferred over traditional mealtime for third consecutive year Mindfulness and well-being considerations play increasingly important role in consumers’ snacking motivations Vast majority of consumers aligning food purchasing decisions with values Balanced diets increasingly include a little indulgence Mondelēz International announced the launch of the third annual State of Snacking™ report, a global consumer trends study examining year...

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Swiss-based food and drink group Nestle is creating a new regional division that will merge its operations on the market of Southeast Europe (Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo) and the market of Moldova and Ukraine, Nestle Bulgaria said. Alessandro Zanelli was appointed chief executive officer of Nestle Southern and Eastern Europe market as of January 1, Nestle's Bulgarian unit said in a press release last week....

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Mondelēz International announced last week that we have reached an agreement to acquire Chipita S.A., a high-growth key player in the Central and Eastern European croissants and baked snacks category. Chipita S.A. was established over 40 years ago in Greece as a company producing and marketing snacks. Over the years, it has evolved to become one of the fastest growing and most innovative food companies in the region. The business has a proven track record of consistent gro...

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The future of Shared Services (www.manager.bg)

Uniting the efforts of the three Coca-Cola shared services centers, based in Bulgaria, the event brought together employees, partners and experts, discussing how innovation and digitalization will drive shared services transformation further into integrated business partners for process automation benefitting the business. We asked the leaders of the three Coca-Cola Shared Service Centers Oya Gur (Coca-Cola Hellenic BSO & Shared Services Transition Direct...

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