Benchmarking Sustainability Goals: Non-Alcoholic Beverages

This report provides a quantitative analysis of the sustainability goals of leading makers of non-alcoholic beverages globally. The companies profiled include Coca-Cola Amatil, The Coca-Cola Company, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Coca-Cola HBC, Dr. Pepper-Snapple Group, FEMSA, Nestle Waters North America and PepsiCo. Each booked over $4 billion in revenue in 2010.

Goals signal intent and drive behavior. Some companies use public announcements of sustainability goals to declare their commitment to become sustainability leaders and to compete for superior positioning with their rivals. There has never been a convenient benchmarking  tool to allow sustainability executives to put their own goals in the context of their competitors. Until now.

Purchase this report to learn:

  • How do the environmental sustainability goals of the leading makers of non-alcoholic beverages compare? How are they similar and where do they differ?
  • Which sustainability issues are receiving the greatest attention?
  • Which companies are setting the most quantitative, forward-looking goals?

Use this report to:

  • Benchmark your own sustainability goals
  • See at a glance what competitors are focused on
  • Identify opportunities for differentiation

Pages: 9; Figures: 4


  • Key Questions
  • Key Finding
  • Operations is Main Focus of Goals, with Packaging and Recycling Prominent
  • Water Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Top Issues
  • Number of Sustainability Goals Varies Widely
  • List of Goals
  • Sources
  • Methodology
  • Related Research


  • Figure 1 Breakdown of Sustainability Goals by Major Area
  • Figure 2 Number of Goals Focused on Each Issue
  • Figure 3 Number of Goals Per Company, by Area
  • Figure 4 List of Company Sustainability Goals

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