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During a public event on May 22, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia (CCHBCA), and the Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Programme in Armenia (implemented by UNDP) marked the successful completion of a joint water project in Hayanist, Ararat. This is part of USAID’s broader efforts to curb the rate of groundwater abstraction in the Ararat Valley to sustainable levels.
Fruit flavoured sparkling soft drink Fanta has undergone a major branding change. At the heart of the brand’s transformation is a new visual identity, designed to reflect Fanta’s fruity, fun and vibrant nature.
On April 29 the team of Coca‑Cola HBC Armenia joined Pan-Armenian clean-up day that was executed for the second consecutive year.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia and Orran charitable organization have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, expanding the frames of their long-term cooperation.
During a press conference, The Coca‑Cola Company together with Repat Armenia Foundation and Yerevan Municipality announced the launch of Coca‑Cola Yerevan Half Marathon project, which aims at supporting active lifestyle and the development of the running culture in Armenia.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia celebrates summer, organizing special festivities in different corners of Yerevan, helping to fight the heat with a cold can of the world’s famous soft drink.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia has implemented yet another sustainability project, cleaning up 5.5Km of Dalar river bank in Aghveran, Kotayk province.
The main prize of Coca‑Cola “EURO 2016” promotion is a ticket to one of the UEFA EURO 2016 quarter finals.
This year, the Coca‑Cola HBC Armenia will celebrate International Children's day with a festive concert and games, prior to which with the support of Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia, they will receive treats of fruit juices and ice cream in the streets of Kentron district.
Already for 20 years Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia – a subsidiary of one of the world’s largest producers of soft drinks - operates in Armenia, serving the whole country with a large portfolio of quality non-alcoholic beverages. During an official event held on this occasion on May 10, Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia summarized the results of its activity and achievements over the past 20 years.