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Image iTunes 10: Explore your iTunes Library,...

iTunes 10: Explore your iTunes Library, iTunes automatically organizes and categorizes your music, podcasts, and lectures—just select, group, and play. #itunes #apple

   

Image iTunes 10: Get New Music, iTunes lets you...

iTunes 10: Get New Music, iTunes lets you search for specific music and shows or browse what’s hot and preview selected songs before you buy. Download an entire album or just one track or give a song, movie, or gift certificate as a present. #apple

   

Image iTunes 10: Import CDs, Turn the music on...

iTunes 10: Import CDs, Turn the music on your CDs to digital files so you can play any song in your collection within seconds. #apple #itunes

   

Image iTunes 10: Playlists, Make a playlist in...

iTunes 10: Playlists, Make a playlist in three simple steps or let iTunes make one for you with music from your library.

   

Image iTunes 10: iTunes in the Cloud, With iCloud,...

iTunes 10: iTunes in the Cloud, With iCloud, your iTunes Store purchases appear automatically on all your devices. #products

   

Image Commute Alternatives Programme Results in...

Commute Alternatives Programme Results in 2011. Commute Programme - 61% increase in participation. Clean energy. Apple reduces energy use in our facilities in a number of ways. Currently, the needs of our facilities in Austin, Texas; Sacramento, California; Munich, Germany; and Cork, Ireland, are 100 per cent met by renewable energy — eliminating 30,000 metric tons of CO2e emissions. #environment

   

Image CO2e Emission Savings in 2011. Renewable...

CO2e Emission Savings in 2011. Renewable Energy 30,000,000 kilograms. Facilities Apple’s facilities — including corporate offices, distribution hubs, data centres and retail stores — account for 2 per cent of our total greenhouse gas emissions. #environment

   

Image Weight Recycled per Year*. 2005: 6.1%, 2006:...

Weight Recycled per Year*. 2005: 6.1%, 2006: 9.5%, 2007: 18.4%, 2008: 41.9%, 2009: 66.4%, 2010-2015: 70%(GOAL). Recycling Two per cent of Apple’s total greenhouse gas emissions are related to recycling. #environment

   

Image C02e Emissions per Hour of Product Use*....

C02e Emissions per Hour of Product Use*. 60-Watt Incandescent Lightbulb: 48.4g, 13-Watt CFL Lightbulb: 10.5g, 2011 Mac mini: 10.5g, 2011 MacBook Air: 7.4g2011 iPad 2: 2.5g, 2011 Apple TV: 1.7g, 2011 iPhone 4S: 1.2g. Product Use The use of our products generates 30 per cent of Apple’s total greenhouse gas emissions. #environment

   

Image Reduction in Packaging. Transportation Five...

Reduction in Packaging. Transportation Five per cent of Apple’s greenhouse gas emissions are a result of transporting our products from assembly locations to distribution hubs in regions where our products are sold. #environment

   

Image Toxic Materials Removal. Lead-free,...

Toxic Materials Removal. Lead-free, Phthalate-free*, BFR-free, PVC-free, Mercury-free, Arsenic-free glass. Manufacturing Manufacturing — including extraction of raw materials and product assembly — accounts for 61 per cent of Apple’s total greenhouse gas emissions. #environment

   

Image Revenue Growth vs. Co2e Emissions Growth. We...

Revenue Growth vs. Co2e Emissions Growth. We know that the most important thing we can do to reduce our impact on the environment is to improve our products’ environmental performance. That’s why we design them to use less material, ship with smaller packaging, be free of toxic substances, and be as energy efficient and recyclable as possible. So as our growth continues to outpace that of the rest of the industry. #environment

   

Image Our Total Carbon Footprint. 2% Facilities,...

Our Total Carbon Footprint. 2% Facilities, 98% Product Life Cycle. To accurately measure a company’s environmental footprint, it’s important to look at the impact that company’s products have on the planet. For the past three years, Apple has used a comprehensive life cycle analysis to determine where our greenhouse gas emissions come from. That means adding up the emissions generated from the manufacturing, transportation, use and recycling of our products.. #environment

   

Image Reduction in Carbon Emissions. Apple TV 90%...

Reduction in Carbon Emissions. Apple TV 90% Reduction, iMac 50% Reduction, Mac mini 52% Reduction, MacBook Pro 21% Reduction, iPad 5% Reduction. #emissions #environment

   

Image Important information about #Fanta -...

Important information about #Fanta - ingredients, nutritional values and guideline daily amounts (#GDA) - to help you make informed choices.

   

Image Important information about #Sprite -...

Important information about #Sprite - ingredients, nutritional values and guideline daily amounts (#GDA) - to help you make informed choices.

   

Image Important information about #Schweppes -...

Important information about #Schweppes - ingredients, nutritional values and guideline daily amounts (#GDA) - to help you make informed choices.

   

Image important information about #Powerade...

important information about #Powerade ION4 - ingredients, nutritional values and guideline daily amounts (#GDA) - to help you make informed choices.

   

Image Important information about Coca‑Cola -...

Important information about Coca‑Cola - ingredients, nutritional values and guideline daily amounts (#GDA) - to help you make informed choices. #cocacola

   

Image The last decade marked an increase in...

The last decade marked an increase in Coca‑Cola's efforts to create a sustainable framework for the future. In 2009, the company launched Live Positively - a public commitment to making a positive difference in the world by redesigning the way we work and live so that sustainability is part of everything we do. #history #cocacola

   

Image The 1990s were a time of continued growth...

The 1990s were a time of continued growth for The Coca‑Cola Company. The company's long association with sports was strengthened during this decade, with ongoing support of the Olympic Games, FIFA World Cup™ football, the Rugby World Cup and the National Basketball Association. #history #cocacola

   

Image The 1980s - the era of legwarmers, headbands...

The 1980s - the era of legwarmers, headbands and the fitness craze, and a time of much change and innovation at The Coca‑Cola Company. In 1981, Roberto C Goizueta became chairman of the board of directors and CEO of The Coca‑Cola Company. Goizueta completely overhauled the company with a strategy he called 'intelligent risk taking'. #history #cocacola

   

Image After 70 years of success with one brand,...

After 70 years of success with one brand, Coca‑Cola, the company decided to expand with new flavours. Fanta, originally developed in the 1940s, was introduced in the 1950s, while Sprite followed in 1961, with TAB in 1963 and Fresca in 1966. #history #cocacola

   

Image In 1941, America entered World War II....

In 1941, America entered World War II. Thousands of men and women were sent overseas. The country, and Coca‑Cola, rallied behind them. Woodruff ordered that 'every man in uniform gets a bottle of Coca‑Cola for five cents, wherever he is, and whatever it costs the company'. In 1943, General Dwight D Eisenhower sent an urgent cablegram to Coca‑Cola, requesting shipment of materials for 10 bottling plants. #history #cocacola

   

Image Perhaps no person had more impact on The...

Perhaps no person had more impact on The Coca‑Cola Company than Robert Woodruff. In 1923, four years after his father Ernest purchased the company from Asa Candler, Woodruff became the company's president. While Candler had introduced the US to Coca‑Cola, Woodruff would spend more than 60 years as company leader introducing the beverage to the world beyond.

   

Image Imitation may be the sincerest form of...

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but The Coca‑Cola Company was none too pleased about the proliferation of copycat beverages taking advantage of its success. Coca‑Cola was a great product, and a great brand. Both needed to be protected. Advertising focused on the authenticity of Coca‑Cola, urging consumers to 'Demand the genuine' and 'Accept no substitute' #history #cocacola

   

Image Asa Candler, a natural born salesman,...

Asa Candler, a natural born salesman, transformed #Coca‑Cola from an invention into a business. He knew there were thirsty people out there, and Candler found brilliant and innovative ways to introduce them to this exciting new refreshment. He gave away coupons for complimentary first tastes of Coca‑Cola, and outfitted distributing pharmacists with clocks, urns, calendars and apothecary scales bearing the Coca‑Cola brand. People saw Coca‑Cola everywhere, and the aggressive promotion worked.

   

Image It was 1886, and in New York Harbour,...

It was 1886, and in New York Harbour, workers were constructing the Statue of Liberty. Eight hundred miles away, another great American symbol was about to be unveiled. #history #cocacola

   

Image At Coca‑Cola Great Britain, we make it a...

At Coca‑Cola Great Britain, we make it a priority to treat our people well, help them develop and give them a rewarding working life. To us, this means creating an environment where employees can: Excel in their performance, develop skills for improvement, and move towards their career goals. #cocacola

   

Image Since its invention in 1886, Coca‑Cola has...

Since its invention in 1886, Coca‑Cola has become the biggest selling soft drink in history. Yet over the years, our drinks portfolio has grown into a varied list of more than 500 brands across the globe, with more than 35 per cent of our drinks in Great Britain being low and no calories. #cocacola

   

Image From the first day that John Pemberton...

From the first day that John Pemberton served the product at Jacobs’ Pharmacy 125 years ago to the most recent Maroon 5 recording session, Coca‑Cola has generated stories that resonate with our consumers. Did you know that Coca‑Cola advertising helped create the modern image of Santa Claus? Or that the famous 1971 ad, ‘I’d Like To Buy The World A Coke’, was composed in a London hotel the day before it was recorded? #cocacola

   

Image Coca‑Cola takes its corporate...

Coca‑Cola takes its corporate responsibilities seriously and works in partnership with a number of organisations. #cocacola #csr #wwf

   

Image Founded in 1886 by pharmacist Dr John S...

Founded in 1886 by pharmacist Dr John S Pemberton in Atlanta, Georgia, The Coca‑Cola Company is the world's leading manufacturer, marketer and distributor of non-alcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups, and produces nearly 400 brands. The Coca‑Cola Company continues to be based in Atlanta, USA, with operations in over 200 countries. #cocacola

   

Image Good dental hygiene habits and a sensible,...

Good dental hygiene habits and a sensible, balanced diet are key to maintaining a healthy smile. Coca‑Cola provides information on all our products to ensure you can make informed choices about our #drinks. As part of our commitment to active, #healthy lifestyles for our employees and consumers, Coca‑Cola keeps abreast of the latest information and advice from #healthcare professionals. #cocacola

   

Image Coca‑Cola celebrated the first birthday of...

Coca‑Cola celebrated the first birthday of its partnership with #StreetGames in style, with a Parliamentary event held at Portcullis House in London’s Westminster. StreetGames projects work within communities, taking sport to the doorsteps of teens in some of the country’s most deprived communities. Teaming up with StreetGames is one of the ways Coca‑Cola is working to promote active, #healthy lifestyles. #cocacola

   

Image Stevia sweetener contains zero calories and...

Stevia sweetener contains zero calories and is made from the best-tasting part of the stevia leaf. Stevia is a shrub-like relative of the chrysanthemum, native to Paraguay, and has been used to sweeten drinks ever since indigenous people first discovered its flavour. It has been grown, harvested and used in South America for around 200 years. #health #cocacola

   

Image Boxer Amir Khan thrilled more than 700...

Boxer Amir Khan thrilled more than 700 teenagers in Manchester by joining them at a celebration of local street sports. The 25-year-old from Bolton is a StreetGames ambassador and made a special appearance at the charity's North West Festival, an annual event organised by StreetGames and supported by Coca‑Cola Great Britain. #StreetGames #cocacola #health

   

Image Coca‑Cola has developed the Work It Out...

Coca‑Cola has developed the Work It Out Calculator in association with Dr Greg Whyte, to highlight some of the unusual, fun and interesting ways you can achieve energy balance. Making sure there isn't an imbalance between the amount of calories you take in each day and the amount you burn can help you to maintain a healthy weight – and the best way to ensure energy balance is by eating a well-balanced diet and enjoying regular physical activity. #health #cocacola

   

Image We've worked with the Carbon Trust to...

We've worked with the Carbon Trust to measure the carbon footprint of some of our most popular drinks, including Coca‑Cola, Diet Coke, Coca‑Cola Zero and Oasis. This meant looking at every aspect of a drink's lifecycle, from transporting raw ingredients to disposing of empty bottles and cans. #environment #cocacola

   

Image Coca‑Cola Enterprises Great Britain has...

Coca‑Cola Enterprises Great Britain has signed the Friends of the Earth campaign calling on the Government to set a goal to halve the nation’s black bin bag waste by 2020 - through increased #recycling, waste prevention and re-use. #environment #cocacola

   

Image At Coca‑Cola, we are always looking at...

At Coca‑Cola, we are always looking at ways to reduce the resources we use in our packaging. At the moment, the raw materials needed to make most plastics come from petroleum and other fossil fuels, and ‘regular’ plastic bottles are currently made from petroleum. Our new PlantBottle packaging will move us one step closer to our long-term goal of creating plastic bottles that are truly petroleum-free. #enivornment #cocacola #products

   

Image The Coca‑Cola #Recyclometer calculates the...

The Coca‑Cola #Recyclometer calculates the positive impact you have each time you recycle. With just a few clicks, this handy tool tells you how much energy you save when you recycle cans, plastic bottles, jars, magazines and more, compared with the energy that would be lost by simply throwing those items away. #cocacola #environment

   

Image Coca‑Cola Great Britain, Coca‑Cola...

Coca‑Cola Great Britain, Coca‑Cola Enterprises and WWF-UK have announced a new three-year partnership that will see us working to restore and protect river habitats across England. #cocacola #environment #products

   

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