Diversity Awards: Coca-Cola Amatil manager walks the talk
Fatu Patolo knows the names of everyone in his team, as well as the names of their family members. The Coca-Cola Amatil production manager believes this is not only basic decency, it’s also the best way to work.“I treat our people like my family,” said Fatu. “I want them to be the best they can be.
Creating Foundations for the Future
By year 11, Tuluvao Futi knew she wanted a career that could help change the world for the better but wasn’t sure how to get there.When her high school career advisor suggested she apply for a First Foundation scholarship she immediately said ‘yes’.The competitive programme includes mentorship and
Our Way Forward: How We Are Making it Easier for People to Consume Less Sugar
The issue of the rising obesity rate in New Zealand remains a serious concern for us all. Given the challenges it places on society as a whole, it is an issue that requires effective, sustainable, workable solutions.The FiZZ Symposium, which was held in Auckland in June, is advocating for a ban on
Coke No Sugar: Closer than ever to the classic Coca-Cola taste
Coca-Cola have answered the call for all who love the taste of Classic Coca-Cola, but are watching their sugar intake. Coke No Sugar has launched in New Zealand after years of research to create the best tasting sugar-free Coke ever.“We think it’s the closest we have ever come to the classic taste
Our take on the Legendary Coca-Cola Cake
There’s a long history of cooking with Coca-Cola - from using it in a glaze for ham, making a marinade for barbequed chicken or steak or throwing a splash in a Chilli Con Carne.With the launch of Coca-Cola No Sugar we thought we’d try cooking one of the age-old famous recipes – Jestine's Kitchen's Coca-Cola
Smart Vending: NZ leading the world in AI-Powered Drink Machine Innovation
Masterton is the unassuming home to one of the most innovative hotbeds of technical talent in the Coca-Cola system worldwide.In these humble Coca-Cola Amatil offices, tucked away next to a bus station sandwiched between mountains and hills, CCA’s General Manager of Vending Systems Services Andy Kerr
What’s the CoDE?
We all know the old saying “to walk a mile in someone’s shoes”.For the employees of Coca-Cola Amatil it has an ideological and a literal meaning.As part of the Carbonate induction programme, the Champions of Diversity and Equality (or CoDE for short) ask new employees to participate in a diversity