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Coca-Cola is slashing 200 brands like Tab, Zico, and Odwalla. Here's the list so far of drinks you'll never be able to get again.

REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Coca-Cola plans to drop around 200 of its drink brands, it said on an earnings call. Since the summer, it has announced it will scrap Tab and Zico, but the whole list hasn't been released. The company says it will focus on its higher-earning brands. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Beverage giant Coca-Cola will stop selling about 200 brands soon, cutting its offerings in half. Tab, Zico, and Odwalla have been publicly axed, with more to come, the ...
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Coca-Cola will scrap around 200 drinks brands, half its portfolio, after falling sales during lockdown

Boxes of Coca-Cola are seen at a grocery store in Los Angeles Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Coca-Cola plans to scrap around 200 of its drinks brands, it announced on Thursday. Since June, the company has said it will scrap drinks such as Tab, Zico, and Odwalla. It would likely remove more brands from its "hydration" category, which includes brands like Dasani, Powerade, and Smart Water, CEO James Quincey said. This would allow it to focus on stronger brands or those with growth potential, the com...
Tags: Food, Drinks, UK, Coca Cola, US, Trends, Beverages, Asia Pacific, Retail, North America, Pepsico, Fairlife, Costa, Latin America, Coke, Zico

Coke is canceling 200 drink brands

Coca-Cola is saying goodbye to 200 brands, or half of its portfolio.
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Coca-Cola earnings top estimates, despite 9% decline in revenue

Coca-Cola reported a 6% decline in organic sales for its third quarter.
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‘No Time to Die’ Motorcycle Stunt Sprayed Street with 8,400 Gallons of Coca-Cola, Presumably Shaken, Not Stirred

Even though Tom Cruise and the Mission: Impossible franchise have become known for their death-defying practical stunts, Daniel Craig and the James Bond franchise have staged their fair share of cinematic mayhem. In fact, one particular No Time to Die stunt during the film’s production in Matera, Italy required a city street to be sprayed with 8,400 gallons of Coca-Cola, and it’s not even an egregious piece of production placement where James Bond crashes into a Coca-Cola truck. Total Film Ma...
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Ousted Uber cofounder Travis Kalanick has reportedly spent $130 million on his ghost kitchen startup. Here's what it's like inside one of the secretive locations.

A delivery worker signing in on a tablet inside San Francisco's CloudKitchens location in late 2019. Katie Canales/Business Insider Travis Kalanick, the ousted Uber cofounder, opened a San Francisco location for CloudKitchens, a startup that rents commercial space and turns it into shared kitchens for restaurateurs in late 2019. Kalanick has shelled out more than $130 million on 40 such commercial properties, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. His CloudKitchens con...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Saudi Arabia, US, Careers, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Features, Retail, Travis Kalanick, Soma, Kalanick, Coca Cola, Wall Street Journal, WSJ

Joan Schweighardt's Guide to Books & Booze / Fall Edition

  Time to grab a book and get tipsy!!! Books & Booze challenges participating authors to make up their own drinks, name and all, or create a drink list for their characters and/or readers using drinks that already exist.  However, I'm breaking my own rules because 2020 has been a literal shitshow and covid threw a nasty wrench in so many small press authors and publisher's plans for their book releases. So we're saying FUCK IT and just throwing all the booze at all of the ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Books, New York, Jaguar, Coca Cola, Jojo, Carlos, Manaus, Dewar, Manaus Brazil, Estela, Joan Schweighardt


Coca-Cola is discontinuing Tab after nearly 60 years (Thanks to The Perts and vee)
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Coca-Cola is calling time on iconic diet soda Tab

It was the beverage giant's first diet soft drink, but sales started sliding when Diet Coke came along.
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Coca-Cola eliminates TaB, its original diet soft drink

TaB, Coca-Cola Co.'s original diet soft drink, is going down the drain.
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Taco Bell fans fight to save menu favorite

A pandemic. An election. A Supreme Court. A Mexican pizza. These pressing issues are on the minds of Americans and one is causing over 120,000 of them to mobilize and sign a petition on, established by Krish Jagirdar. — Read the rest
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Coca-Cola to retire Tab, its first diet soda, as it trims its portfolio

Coca-Cola said Friday that Tab, its first diet soda, is among the drinks headed for retirement as it trims its beverage portfolio.
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Coke Finally Pulls the Plug on Tab as Part of a Sweeping Portfolio Restructuring

The National Society of Tab Appreciators--if there is one--had better get to the grocery store fast: Coca-Cola announced today that the 57-year old brand that pioneered America's diet soft drink sector will be retired by year's end. The beverage giant also announced that several other "select underperforming products" will take their final bow this year--including...
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Coca-Cola is getting rid of Tab after nearly 60 years

Coca-Cola is finally getting rid of Tab, the pioneering diet soda that kept a small but diehard fanbase for more than 50 years. The move...
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Crypto-driven marketplace Zora raises $2M to build a sustainable creator economy

Dee Goens and Jacob Horne have both the exact and precisely opposite background that you’d expect to see from two people building a way for creators to build a sustainable economy for their followers to participate in. Coinbase, crypto hack projects at university, KPMG, Merill Lynch. But where’s the art? “Believe it or not, I used to have dreams of being a rapper,” laughs Goens. “There’s a Soundcloud out there somewhere. With that passion you explore the inner workings of the music industry. ...
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Coca-Cola is discontinuing Tab after nearly 60 years

After nearly 60 years, Coca-Cola is discontinuing its first-ever diet soda, Tab, which became a '70s and '80s cult favorite and maintained a small but devoted customer base through the years.
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Coca Cola is dropping Tab

Tab. What a beautiful drink. Tab. For beautiful people. Beautiful people are at a loss for what to drink after learning that Coca-Cola will no longer make their beloved diet soda. The famously awful tasting beverage is being canceled along with others in a purge of underperforming products. — Read the rest
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Warren Buffett once used LeBron James to explain the risk of diversification, and compared his return to Cleveland to new Coke's demise

Getty Images / Jason Miller LeBron James led the Los Angeles Lakers' charge to a 17th NBA championship on Sunday.Warren Buffett once pointed to James' critical role on the basketball court to highlight the downside of diversifying as an investor."If you have LeBron James on your team, don't take him out of the game just to make room for someone else," the famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO said in 2008."It's crazy to put money into your 20th choice, rather than your first choice," h...
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Whole Foods left behind in Amazon’s pandemic-fueled boom

By Matt Day | Bloomberg With millions of Americans still sheltering in place and cooking their own meals, the grocery industry has been one of the few bright spots in an otherwise battered U.S. economy. Unless, that is, you are Whole Foods Market, the upscale chain acquired three years ago by Inc. Trips to Whole Foods in September were down 25% from a year earlier, according to, which tallies retail foot traffic from some 30 million mobile devices. Some of the decline is due...
Tags: Amazon, Business, New York, Whole Foods, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Seattle, Coca Cola, Joe, San Francisco Bay Area, John Mackey, Amazon Fresh, Placer

Brand Moves for Monday October 5

In early March we began reporting daily on how brands were dealing with Covid-19. But it’s become clear that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption, so we decided to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal is to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand moves as they happen. Most UK office workers do not intend to spend five days a week in the workplace ...
Tags: UK, New York, California, China, New York City, Advertising, Los Angeles, Land Securities, Coca Cola, Delaware, Coke, Zico, Hail Mary, Pellegrino, Party City, Brand News

Coca-Cola is discontinuing Zico, its coconut water brand

Zico is soon joining Odwalla in the beverage graveyard, as Coca-Cola announced plans to discontinue production of the coconut water in the coming months.
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Coca-Cola is discontinuing more drinks

Zico is soon joining Odwalla in the beverage graveyard, as Coca-Cola announced plans to discontinue production of the coconut water in the coming months.
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Warren Buffett turned down the chance to buy Whole Foods in 2017, CEO John Mackey says

Warren Buffett sipping a Cherry Coke. Reuters/Rick Wilking Warren Buffett declined an invitation to acquire Whole Foods in 2017, the high-end grocer's boss discloses in his new book, "Conscious Capitalism."Whole Foods CEO and cofounder John Mackey and his team approached Buffett about a buyout, but the billionaire investor and head of Berkshire Hathaway said it wouldn't be a good fit.Buffett's love of fast food and disdain for healthy eating may have been a factor in his decision."I don't ...
Tags: Amazon, Whole Foods, Trends, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, Burger King, Coca Cola, Berkshire, Coke, Buffett, Kroger, John Mackey, McDonald, Mackey, Tim Hortons, Jana Partners

Tech chiefs to testify on social media regulation

Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for October 5. Lucia Moses here, filling in for Lauren Johnson.Today's news: Tech chiefs to testify, why Pepsi isn't following Coke into hard seltzer, and Triller user numbers disputed.First: remember to subscribe here to get this newsletter daily. Sen. Ted Cruz, left, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. AP/Jacquelyn Martin; AP/Jose Luis Magana The CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter will all testify before Congress, days before the election, over ...
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New Windermere ad highlights real agents as ‘The Human Algorithm’

Created by Ziba Design, the firm behind Apple and Coca-Cola marketing campaigns, the ad underscores what technology can't do: "Bring their client’s unique vision of happiness to life."
Tags: Apple, Marketing, Radio, Coca Cola, Windermere, Brokerage, Select, Ziba, Ziba Design, Shelley Rossi, Human Algorithm

Marketing shakeup at Red Bull after Black Lives Matter controversy

Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for October 1. I'm Tanya Dua, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider, filling in for my colleague Lauren Johnson while she's away this week. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Send me feedback or tips at [email protected]'s news: Red Bull's marketing shakeup, the nine main ways creators earn money, and why Molson Coors is making and distributing Topo Chico hard seltzer with Coca-Cola. Red Bul...
Tags: Texas, Mexico, US, Samsung, Trends, CMO, Walmart, Red Bull, North America, Black Lives Matter, Coca Cola, WPP, Instagram YouTube, Molson Coors, YouTube Instagram, St Jacques

Return customers are often the most profitable. Here's how to foster loyalty in your brand, no matter the size of your business.

Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Saladworks' No Kid Hungry campaign. Saladworks If you're at risk of closing during the pandemic, fostering brand loyalty and retaining existing customers are critical strategies for survival. Business owners and marketing experts offered tips on cultivating emotional, lasting relationships with customers. When it comes to meeting customers' evolving needs, trust needs to be the foundation of any relationship in any industry. Aim to delight rather...
Tags: Small Business, California, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Strategy, Customers, Edelman, West Coast, Black Lives Matter, Coca Cola, Mintel, Srinivasan, Customer Loyalty, Nordic, Kent State University, Groening