American Beverage Association in the News
Learn more about how America's favorite beverage companies are making news and stepping up to protect the communities they serve.
There is no evidence that people can contract COVID-19 from food or from food packaging. The U.S. food safety system, overseen by our agencies, is the global leader in ensuring the safety of our food products, including product for export.
On Wednesday, Pepsi donated 100,000 bottles of water to Harvest Hope to help kickoff the Food Lion feeds’ “Summers without Hunger” campaign. Leaders say this is a critical time with families in need due to the Coronavirus.
Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. today announced that Southeastern Container, a PET preform and bottle manufacturing co-operative funded and managed by a group of Coca-Cola bottlers, has begun producing test tubes for use in COVID-19 kits. Utilizing several injection molding preform tools, the manufacturing co-operative has already produced over 7 million tubes for testing kits.
New Program Provides Support to the National Urban League, UnidosUS and Local Nonprofits Nationwide to Help Address Rates of Infection, Joblessness and the Dearth of Vital Resources Needed in Black and Latino U.S. Communities Disproportionately Afflicted by COVID-19.
In a press release distributed Wednesday, Coca-Cola in conjunction with the non-profit organization MakersRespond, donated 65,000 plastic face shields to the State of Michigan to aid medical workers.
Here in Maine, the heroic work of our medical professionals and first responders has been remarkable to watch. Their tireless efforts to confront COVID-19 and care for the sick are an inspiration to Americans everywhere.
PepsiCo Foundation is donating thousands of dollars to help families in the East Bay through a COVID-19 relief fund. PepsiCo Foundation is announced Wednesday its launching a $7 million initiative to provide immediate relief to communities of color throughout the country that have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here in Michigan, the heroic work of our medical professionals has been amazing to watch. Their tireless efforts to confront COVID-19 and care for the sick are an inspiration to Americans everywhere.
In response to alarming evidence of the continued disparate, negative impact of COVID-19, PepsiCo, Inc. and its philanthropic arm, The PepsiCo Foundation, today launched an initiative to provide increased medical and economic aid to communities of color across the country where the company has long worked. The $7 million initiative is a comprehensive project to support immediate relief and long-term recovery.
The Colorado Beverage Association would also like to acknowledge the sacrifice of our members who are on the frontline of providing goods and services that are essential to our way of life.
Coca-Cola North America is teaming up with supply chain partners and a nationwide network of makers to produce and distribute hundreds of thousands of protective face shields to healthcare workers and first responders on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis.
The Lehigh Valley's largest employer has teamed up with one of the world's largest food-and-beverage companies. Lehigh Valley Health Network medical professionals have received more than 2,000 face shields through a partnership led by PepsiCo...
Coca-Cola is donating 3,200 cases of sparkling water to Charleston County first responders, city officials said. First responders can show up at Parking Lot B of the North Charleston Coliseum Tuesday at 2 p.m. to receive the donation. Healthcare workers, law enforcement officers, firefighters, and sanitation workers are among those invited.
The PepsiCo Foundation and Minges Bottling Group have announced a grant that will support a charity serving New Bern, the birthplace of Pepsi-Cola. The Foundation will give a $50,000 donation to the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina's 2020 Stop Summer Hunger Program to help support the communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
On behalf of the Georgia Beverage Association, we'd also like to thank elected officials and government leaders. Our essential critical workers could not do this without your continued support.
Every town, community and neighborhood has people who regularly go above and beyond to help their community. Now more than ever, these heroes are showing up and playing a critical role on the frontlines of COVID-19; from working longer shifts at the hospital to servicing communities at supermarkets, delivering meals and packages and everything in between.
Our country has come together to confront COVID-19. America's medical professionals and first responders are on the front lines performing heroic work to contain and defeat the virus. Everyday Americans are doing their part by taking necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the virus.
Two multi-national corporations headquartered in Westchester are teaming up to support health care workers who have cared for the highest number of COVID-19 patients in the region. Mastercard and PepsiCo announced the formation of a local community partnership that establishes a $1 million, two-year fund that would go toward White Plains Hospital. Initial funding will provide personal protective equipment to workers and help the hospital increase its capacity, according to a news release.
Governor Doug Ducey today announced the Arizona Department of Energy and Military Affairs (DEMA) and Swire Coca-Cola coordinated to provide 30,000 liters of Dasani Water and two pallets of Coca-Cola beverages to the Navajo Nation. The two truckloads of supplies, donated by Swire Coca-Cola, were delivered this morning to Nakai Hall at the Window Rock Fairgrounds on the Navajo Nation.
In Columbus, truckers from Keurig Dr Pepper on Stelzer Road, plant workers at G&J Pepsi on Gibbard Avenue and merchandisers from Coca-Cola Consolidated on Groves Road are on the job night and day to get us our groceries. Stock workers are hustling to put items on grocery shelves and cashiers, counter people, managers and assistant managers are working double-time.
It has been incredible to see the bravery of Illinois' medical professionals and first responders. We owe them a debt of gratitude. The same gratitude applies for those working on another front line, providing food, beverages and other essential necessities.
Here in Arizona, the heroic work of our medical professionals and first responders has been remarkable to watch. Their tireless effort to confront COVID-19 is an act of selflessness on a level rarely seen. Concurrently, there's a group of workers tackling a different challenge - those that must remain at their post to provide products and services that are essential to our livelihood.
Every day, they make a huge difference in the lives of thousands of people who are counting on them as we navigate our way through these turbulent times.
As our country comes together to confront COVID-19, we are continuously amazed by the heroic work of those on the front lines, America's medical professionals and first responders, who are working tirelessly to contain and defeat this virus. They deserve our heartfelt thanks, as do other unsung heroes of this crisis, who are working harder than ever to keep America's essential goods, food supply and common grocery items moving.
Whenever we face a crisis as Americans, we pull together. Neighbors help neighbors, friends reach out to friends, and families get closer. It's also a time when ordinary folks put aside their fears and personal difficulties to punch that clock every day so the rest of us get what we need to make it through the week.
Please join us in thanking our members and community partners who are committed to keeping our neighborhoods, parks and great outdoors clean - especially now, when we all need a daily dose of sunshine and fresh air.
You see them everywhere here in our state. Plant workers, farm workers and truckers are on the job night and day to get us our groceries. Stock workers are hustling to put items on the shelves; cashiers, counter people, managers and assistant managers are working double-time.
I hope every American will take a moment to offer thanks to those on the front lines who have stepped up during this difficult time. On behalf of the Texas Beverage Association, we'd also like to thank Gov. Greg Abbott, our mayors, leaders in Congress and administration officials who are working tirelessly, constructively and responsively to keep Texas moving.
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. has donated coffee stations with brewers and K-Cup coffee pods to thousands of hospital break rooms across the country in an effort to help the health care sector battle the pandemic.
Polar Beverage owners are crafting two-liter seltzer bottles into personal protective equipment, or PPE, for people on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, beverage brand are donating their money, time and products to keep their communities affloat in uncertain times.
Throughout its 134-year history, The Coca-Cola Company has operated in times of crisis and tapped its network of partners, suppliers and stakeholders to provide not only financial resources, but also logistical, technical and marketing expertise to support communities in need.
PepsiCo, Inc. announced it will provide additional compensation to line workers and enhanced benefits to all US-based employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Engineers at Georgia Tech and in neighborhoods across Atlanta have been working around the clock to manufacture protective gear using lasers and 3D printers. To help in the production, the Coca-Cola Company donated about 6,000 pounds of plastic sheeting this week.
Vita Coca will donate $1 million of the company’s incremental profits as sales for its shelf-stable coconut water surge amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coca-Cola has chosen what is normally one of the most crowded places on Earth to send a social distancing message as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread.