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Beer maker Molson Coors Beverage Co (NYSE: TAP ) and Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: KO ) struck an agreement this week, and it should give Molson leadership status in the seltzer market, CEO Gavin Hattersley said Wednesday on CNBC's "Closing Bell." Financial Benefits For Molson: Molson will manufacture, market and distribute Coca-Cola's Topo Chico hard seltzer brand in the U.S. While financial details were not disclosed in the announcement, investors should see it as "another proof point" for the company's growth plan, Hattersley said. Molson already has … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Coffee represents a huge growth opportunity for Coca-Cola: not least with its acquisition of Costa coffee last year. In this guest article, Coca-Cola HBC's Group Coffee Director, Prodromos Nikolaidis, explores what is so attractive about the category.
Investors were hungry for a broad mixture of stocks on the UK market on Thursday, with banking, insurance and mining among the sectors in demand. Bottling company Coca Cola HBC…
Molson Coors CMO on why the brewer is teaming up with Coca-Cola as it plans to dominate the hard seltzer segment
Summary List Placement When Coca-Cola added Topo Chico, a Mexican seltzer brand, to its roster in 2017, it was just another fizzy drink. But when Coca-Cola announced a spiked version in July, it marked the beverage giant's first foray into alcohol in decades. Coke knew how to get new drinks into the soda aisles at grocers, but it had less experience navigating the beer section or liquor stores. Now, the soft-drink maker has found a partner that knows a thing or two about hard beverages: Beer brewer Molson Coors. The companies announced their agreement Tuesday, which will allow Molson Coors to produce and distribute four flavors of the hard seltzer, including Strawberry Guava and Tropical Mango, starting in 2021. Neither company is a stranger to partnerships, having struck distribution a...
Coca-Cola is partnering with brewing giant Molson Coors Beverage to launch a range of hard seltzers in the US.
The Coca-Cola ([[KO]] -0.5%) launch of a spiked version of Topo Chico sparkling water in partnership with Molson Coors ([[TAP]] +0.3%) will be the company's first alcoholic drink in the U.S. since its founding in 1886. The company does sell alcoholic drinks in Latin America and Japan through the Lemon-Do brand....
One of the largest beer companies in the United States signed a deal with Coca-Cola to distribute its upcoming hard seltzer brand Topo Chico. What Happened: Molson Coors Beverage Company (NYSE: TAP ) announced an exclusive partnership with Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO ) to manufacture, market and distribute the Topo Chico hard seltzer brand in the U.S. “This is another significant step in growing our above premium portfolio and becoming a major competitor in the rapidly-growing hard seltzer segment, both key components of our revitalization plan,” said Molson Coors CEO Gavin Hattersley. Coca-Cola acquired the … Full story available on Benzinga.com
There will be more than just fizz when Coca-Cola launches the alcoholic version of its Topo Chico sparkling water along with beer giant Molson Coors Beverage in the United States. It will be the beverage giant's first alcoholic drink in the country.
With the help of Molson Coors, Coca-Cola will start selling the “hard stuff” — hard seltzer, that is