Marketplace

We Innovate

As a major producer of beverages in New Zealand, we, together with The Coca-Cola Company, respond to the needs of our consumers in the following ways:

  • expanding our product range to provide low-kilojoule or no-kilojoule options for most of our sugar-sweetened beverages
  • providing dietary intake and kilojoule information on our labels
  • providing smaller portion sizes
  • ensuring that our sales and marketing is conducted responsibly and adheres to The Coca-Cola Company’s policy of not marketing to children under 12
  • working with partners to promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles in our workforce

Around the globe, The Coca-Cola system offers a wide range of refreshing beverages to meet the needs of the people of all ages and lifestyles.

In New Zealand, we make, sell and deliver more than 30 brands including diet and regular sparkling beverages, fruit juices, fruit drinks, water, coffees, teas and sports drinks. With more than 350 SKUs (Stock Keeping Unit) we have something for everyone. Our aim is to keep the nation refreshed and we offer a wide portfolio of beverages for different lifestyles and occasions. And, we continue to evolve this based on consumer research.

We are committed to offering people the beverage choices that suit their needs. Find more about Our Products.

Energy Intake

For those who want to understand their energy intake there are many ways you can do this.

  • Front of pack Daily Intake label
  • Nutrition Information Panel (found on the back of every beverage container)
  • Smaller pack sizes for portion control
  • Global investment in stevia (a natural non-nutritive sweetener)
  • Low or no calorie drinks are approximately 25% of our portfolio
  • Zero or low calorie options for our most popular brands
Voluntary Schools Agreement
  • We do not directly supply any school in New Zealand with full sugar carbonated beverages or energy drinks.
  • This is a binding agreement between ourselves, Frucor and the Ministries of Health and Education. It was signed in 2006, enacted in 2009 (to ensure all contracts were rolled over to reflect this agreement) and still stands today.