Brands[ edit ] Other soft drinks[ edit ] The Coca-Cola Company also produces a number of other soft drinks including Fanta introduced circa and Sprite. Max Keiththe head of Coca-Cola's German office during the war, decided to create a new product for the German market, made from products only available in Germany at the time, which they named Fanta. Fanta was originally an orange flavored soft drink which can come in plastic bottles or cans.
Journey Staff Jan 1, Share: Our consumers deserve safe, refreshing and high-quality beverages, and across the Coca-Cola system, we work hard to meet the highest standards of product safety and quality.
It is our goal to offer safe and refreshing beverages to all of our consumers around the world. We follow stringent product and ingredient standards designed to ensure the safety and quality of each of our products. We stay up to date with new regulations, industry best practices, and marketplace trends and conditions.
We also engage with standard-setting and industry organizations. Our strict product manufacturing and distribution policies, requirements and specifications are managed through our integrated quality management program called the Coca-Cola Operating Requirements KORE.
The quality and safety of all systemwide operations are monitored and measured against the same rigorous standards.
Our quality management program helps us identify and mitigate risks and drive improvements. We stringently test and measure the quality attributes of our beverages in modern laboratories at every step of production.
This due diligence is performed in all of the countries and territories where our products are produced and sold. We also consistently reassess the relevance of our requirements and standards and continually work to improve them across our supply chain.
This program holds our system-wide operations to the same standards for production and distribution of our beverages. KORE promotes the highest standards in product safety and quality, occupational safety and health, and environmental standards across the Coca-Cola system by outlining clear requirements for the policies, specifications and programs that guide our operations.
Integrates business and quality objectives and aligns them with consistent metrics to monitor performance; Integrates preventive action as a management tool with more rigorous demands when introducing new products and services; Incorporates Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points HACCP into our system standards; Manages risk in our Company, bottling operations and across our supply chain; and Defines problem-solving methods and tools to drive consistent quality with improvements.
To stay current with new regulations, industry best practices and marketplace conditions, we consistently reassess the relevance of our requirements and guidelines not only in manufacturing, but throughout the supply chain.
We refine our requirements to further ensure that KORE embodies the most recent and stringent manufacturing processes. Compliance is monitored system-wide to further support the integrity of our products.
Our Supplier Management Program is designed to identify and assess potential supplier risks. One of the main focus areas of the program is to ensure that corrective actions are taken on a timely basis.
This minimizes or eliminates risks that could potentially cause issues with continuity of supply. Through supplier development and capability-building programs such as the GFSI Global Markets Programme and others, we continue to strengthen the quality and food safety assurance processes of our supply base Ensuring the safety and quality of our products has always been at the core of our business and is directly linked to the success of The Coca-Cola Company.
Our Company Global Product Quality Index rating has consistently reached 95 sincewhile our Company Global Packaging Quality Index has remained steady since at an average rating of Our commitment begins with making sure all ingredients we use have been carefully inspected for their safety and quality and have come from reliable, trusted sources.
If we had any concerns about the safety of an ingredient, we simply would not use it. In every part of the world where we have operations and sell our products, we abide by the laws and regulations of each local market, including regulations pertaining to health, safety and product labeling.
Every ingredient we use in each product we make must meet or exceed these standards. We remain committed to providing our consumers with transparent nutrition information about all of our products so that they can make beverage choices that fit their lifestyles.Discuss about case study of the Operation Management in Coca Cola.
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It has three plastic bottling lines, including a Dasani line; one bag-in-box line producing syrup for national accounts; one pre-mix line for the restaurant business, and one canning line.
4) Change in consumption of Coca-Cola products will then be determined by the relative price increase of Coca-Cola products vs. other beverage manufacturers, which would depend on the portion of total raw materials cost coming from water for Coca-Cola compared to other beverage manufacturers.