Launching Coca-Cola Life and introducing Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. Interviewing a conservation biologist about freshwater health and helping Canadians celebrate Canada 150. One year and 127 articles later, Coca-Cola Journey Canada continues to proudly share interesting and engaging articles with readers from every province and territory in Canada.
To celebrate Coca-Cola Journey’s first anniversary in Canada, we are taking a look back at the ten most read stories of its inaugural year:
First introduced in Argentina and Chile in 2013, Coca-Cola Life offers great Coca-Cola taste, sweetened with a combination of cane sugar and zero-calorie stevia extract.
This February we relaunched Coca-Cola Zero in Canada as Coca-Cola Zero Sugar to help remind Canadians that the delicious taste of Coca-Cola is available in a no sugar and no calorie option.
Whenever we move into a new year, we can always use a little help keeping our resolutions. To help lovers of Coca-Cola get 2017 off on the right foot, we shared these simple recipes.
For the fourth year in a row, Coca-Cola Canada was recognized as one of the top employers for young people in Canada! We talked to some of the young people here at King Street about what they love about working for Coca-Cola Canada.
Courtney Western took us on a tour of Coca-Cola Canada’s stunning, LEED certified headquarters on King Street East in downtown Toronto.
Last September Diet Coke’s signature silver packaging was replaced by millions of unique and colourful package designs thanks to HP and their innovative HP Indigo digital printing system. No two ‘One of a Kind’ bottles are the same – just like those who enjoy Diet Coke.
Meet the Simpson family. Often our colleagues end up feeling like family but for Todd, Micki, Matt and Lucas Simpson they truly are.
To help celebrate Canada 150 and Coca-Cola’s deep roots in this country, Coca-Cola Canada shared a fun TV commercial, a run of limited edition mini-cans and their book Canada’s Coca-Cola: Refreshing the Nation for 120 Years.
Coca-Cola’s answer to summer returned this year with ‘Play a Coke’, allowing Canadians to build the soundtrack to their summer, one refreshing ice-cold Coca-Cola at a time.
What does a Coca-Cola mural in a small town of 2,200 people in rural Missouri have in common with the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California? The answer is simple: Walt Disney.
“Refreshing Canadians, one story at a time” has been Coca-Cola Journey Canada’s mission since we published our first story on September 1st and we hope you feel we’ve lived up to that claim. Thank you for reading and we hope you’ll join in making the next year our best one yet.