May 5, 2021
Food Business News
Coca-Cola is a beverage company that engages in the manufacture, marketing and sale of nonalcoholic beverages worldwide. Read more
PepsiCo is Coca-Cola's #1 competitor. PepsiCo's headquarters is in Purchase, New York, and was founded in 1965. Like Coca-Cola, PepsiCo also works within the Juices, Soft Drinks & Non-alcoholic Beverages sector. PepsiCo generates 213% of Coca-Cola's revenue.
Nestle is one of Coca-Cola's top rivals. Nestle was founded in Vevey, Vaud} in 1866. Nestle operates in the Food Processing industry. Compared to Coca-Cola, Nestle generates $62.5B more revenue.
Coca-Cola's revenue is the ranked 5th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 26.4B. Over the last four quarters, Coca-Cola's revenue has grown by 26.2%. Specifically, in Q2 2021's revenue was $9B; in Q4 2020, it was $8.6B; in Q3 2020, it was $8.7B; in Q2 2020, Coca-Cola's revenue was $7.2B.
These are all the companies that Coca-Cola has acquired. Coca-Cola has acquired 15 companies and its latest acquisition was fairlife LLC in Jan 2020. Fairlife is a producer and distributor of milk products, protein shakes and chocolate beverages.
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These are all the companies that Coca-Cola has invested in. Coca-Cola has invested 15 companies and its latest investment was fairlife LLC in Jan 2020. Fairlife is a producer and distributor of milk products, protein shakes and chocolate beverages.