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About Coca Cola Consolidated Inc

Coca-Cola Consolidated Inc sells nonalcoholic beverage products in the United States. The company purchases concentrate and syrups from other beverage manufacturers under a license, then produces, packages, markets, and distributes the beverages to retailers. The company's primary licensor is Coca-C... Coca-Cola Consolidated Inc sells nonalcoholic beverage products in the United States. The company purchases concentrate and syrups from other beverage manufacturers under a license, then produces, packages, markets, and distributes the beverages to retailers. The company's primary licensor is Coca-Cola Co., which generally allows it to exclusively market, produce, and distribute Coca-Cola products in specified parts of the U.S.: North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, and parts of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky. The company manages its business in two operating segments. Nonalcoholic Beverages segment which represents the majority of the company's revenues and All Other segments. Show more

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Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Coca Cola Consolidated Inc is listed in the Btld & Can Soft Drinks,water sector of the NASDAQ with ticker COKE. The last closing price for Coca Cola Consolidated was $995.31. Over the last year, Coca Cola Consolidated shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.00 to $ 0.00.

Coca Cola Consolidated currently has 9,373,689 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Coca Cola Consolidated is $9.33 billion. Coca Cola Consolidated has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 22.85.

COKE Latest News

Coca-Cola Consolidated Announces Final Results of Tender Offer

CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 21, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. (NASDAQ: COKE) (the “Company”) announced today the final results of its modified “Dutch auction” tender offer...

Coca-Cola Consolidated Announces Preliminary Results of Tender Offer

CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 20, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. (NASDAQ: COKE) (the “Company”) announced today the preliminary results of its modified “Dutch auction” tender...

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barnyarddog barnyarddog 5 months ago
Cola EV wars: Daimler delivers Freightliner eCascadias to California Coca-Cola Bottler

November 24, 2023
12Jokera 12Jokera 2 years ago
Sounds like the time police have been collecting evidence since 1991 gotta roll back pretty far to clean your history out on this and it's sounding like new boss charges for pre crime and shadow walking crime.
12Jokera 12Jokera 2 years ago
Sounds like someone has been announcing they have been turning in there time travel case over the years. And time travel cops are in coming.
12Jokera 12Jokera 2 years ago
Hey coke ever hear of FAYGO!! And the wicked clowns? The six have dropped the end of time and tempest is upon us, and still no warning to share holders?
MinnieM MinnieM 3 years ago
Coca-Cola blows 'woke smoke' to cover up business practices: Vivek Ramaswamy

Ned Flanderzss Ned Flanderzss 3 years ago
I enjoy pepsi.
MinnieM MinnieM 3 years ago
Coke Cancels RACIAL Quota, Top Lawyer Resigns In Shame, Accusations Of Illegality, Get Woke Go Broke

Hopefully, more corporations reverse course on this type of behaviour. Either way, I'LL NOT BE BUYING COKE ANYMORE.

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Coke has gone Woke. Will Broke be next? This move will likely effect their bottom line.

Every white forced to go through Critical Race Theory needs to sue them. Imagine a company singling out only blacks for a training class... There'd be an uproar. How do city govenments and large corporations get away with this? Are they thinking the Great Reset is inevitable?

It may be true that we are trapped, but, the door hasn't shut yet and many are waking up.

copperdigger copperdigger 3 years ago
The polar bears are screwed. Screw coke.
badguy3101 badguy3101 3 years ago
Totally agree!

Sold my sh*t and left!

I'll NEVER buy a coke again. Or drink the SH*T!

The Badguy

Randyfloyd420 Randyfloyd420 3 years ago
F**k coke. They can S**k my white d**k.
MinnieM MinnieM 3 years ago
Coke has gone Woke. Will Broke be next? This move will likely effect their bottom line.

Every white forced to go through Critical Race Theory needs to sue them. Imagine a company singling out only blacks for a training class... There'd be an uproar. How do city govenments and large corporations get away with this? Are they thinking the Great Reset is inevitable?

It may be true that we are trapped, but, the door hasn't shut yet and many are waking up.

FUNMAN FUNMAN 4 years ago
Could a Cannabis Investment Be on Coke's Radar?

CONTRIBUTOR David Jagielski The Motley Fool

Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) is a stable but evolving company that has adapted to changing consumer trends over the years. While its most popular products are its sugary drinks, its business is much more robust, with more than 500 brands around the world. In addition to soft drinks, the company also sells coffee, tea, juice, water, and plant-based drinks.

One offering that could soon be on the horizon for Coca-Cola is cannabis. Although it may seem like a risky move for a fairly conservative company like Coca-Cola, here's why a move into that industry may be inevitable.

The company is following the consumer

Coca-Cola made a big announcement this year: It's going to be offering its first alcoholic beverage in decades, a hard seltzer. Through its Topo Chico brand, it plans to launch the new products next year, and the reason is likely no mystery: During the coronavirus pandemic, hard seltzer has been selling incredibly well. Data from analytics company Nielsen shows that hard seltzer sales quadrupled over a 15-week period ending June 13. It's an incredible, and welcome, opportunity for Coca-Cola to continue growing its business. In 2019, the company reported revenue of $37.3 billion -- down 19% from five years ago, when it generated $46 billion.

"We're going to follow the consumer," Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey told CNBC in a recent interview when discussing the move into hard seltzer. And if that's the motivation, it may only be a matter of time before cannabis ends up on the company's radar as another significant growth opportunity. According to data from Grand View Research, the market for cannabis beverages could reach $2.8 billion by 2025, growing at an annual rate of 17.8%.

There were rumors in the past of Coca-Cola partnering with Aurora Cannabis

In 2018, it appeared that a deal involving Coke and cannabis producer Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB) was right around the corner, with the soft-drink giant looking to make cannabis beverages. Nothing ended up materializing from that, but multiple sources did report it, and it's possible Coca-Cola did do some kicking of the tires.

If so, it wouldn't have been the only beverage company to do so. Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) , the maker of Corona beer, Svedka vodka, and more, has jumped into the cannabis market with both feet, investing $4 billion in Canadian pot producer Canopy Growth since 2017. And management at Diageo, which makes Guinness, has also said in the past that they're keeping an eye on the cannabis industry.

Quincey downplayed this possibility in 2018, saying Coke had no plans to get into the cannabis market. But he didn't outright say that it would never happen. Whether it's with Aurora or another cannabis company, investors shouldn't rule out the possibility of something happening in the future involving Coca-Cola. That's especially true as consumer attitudes on cannabis continue to change; a total of 11 states have already legalized it for recreational use, and another four could do so this year, with New Jersey, Arizona, South Dakota, and Montana voters deciding on whether to permit adult-use pot in November.

What does this mean for investors?

It's only a matter of time before another big name like Coca-Cola or Diageo joins Constellation Brands with a foray into the cannabis industry. Businesses grow and thrive by evolving and keeping up with consumer trends, and cannabis is rising in popularity. This year's been a banner year for pot sales, with several states, including Illinois, California, Colorado, and Ohio, reporting record numbers.

As pressure mounts for Coca-Cola and other companies to expand their own sales, cannabis offers an opportunity to broaden product lines and reach more customers. And while the federally illegal status of cannabis in the U.S. could be a deterrent in the short term, the Canadian market is wide open and could serve as a great testing ground.

All that said, this doesn't mean you should immediately buy shares in Coca-Cola because sooner or later it might invest in the cannabis industry. Investing in pot stocks themselves may be a better strategy. A large company -- whether or not it's Coca-Cola specifically -- getting into cannabis could energize the entire industry. The Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences ETFÂ (OTC: HMLSF) has fallen 35% this year and is badly underperforming the S&P 500, which is up 4% over the same period. Even just one big name expressing interest in cannabis could get investors bullish on the industry again.

A pot stock like Aurora Cannabis that's fallen more than 80% in 2020 could potentially double, even triple, in value on news of a big company from another industry entering the market. Amid a pandemic, it may be awhile before that happens, but investing in pot stocks today could pay off in a few years, especially if marijuana legalization continues to progress in the U.S.
tw0122 tw0122 4 years ago
Coca-Cola has long been regarded as one of the world's greatest plastic polluters. Last year, the pressure group Break Free From Plastic named the company number 1 in its plastic pollution Hall of Shame
tw0122 tw0122 5 years ago
Internal emails from Coca Cola have shown the carbonated-beverage giant is trying to change the unhealthy image of their brand by specifically targeting active teenagers.

A new report from The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH) is blasting the Atlanta-based corporation for advertising its sugary drinks to teenagers and trying to convince them that soda is part of a healthy lifestyle.

"The large number of children targeted and reached by Coke as part of their PR campaigns is a serious concern from a public-health perspective," the organization said
MomsSpaghetti MomsSpaghetti 6 years ago
It's coming and so much more. With their image on healthy habits we might see a STEVia based CBD drink. like Coke Life with CBD. I have been watching and wondering myself.

Farm Bill is passing soon. Next week from what I see.
rettif795 rettif795 6 years ago
What about COKE with CBD in IT any thoughts....
Fred31 Fred31 6 years ago
Former coke exec on his own. Mojo organics coconut water. Reasonable price and ALREADY Amazon choice.

Symbol MOJO
Risk vs Reward Risk vs Reward 6 years ago
90.00 ?
DollaBillYall DollaBillYall 7 years ago
Just tasted the sugar free. I'm buying
dealhunter65 dealhunter65 7 years ago
What is going to give it a bounce?
PennyStockPickz PennyStockPickz 8 years ago
Still see $COKE dropping more before we see any major bounce.
stocktrademan stocktrademan 8 years ago
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Ticker: $COKE
OTC Market Place: Not Available
CIK code: 0000317540
Company name: Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated
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Incorporated In: DE, USA

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Market Value: $1,268,392,402 a/o Mar 03, 2016
Shares Outstanding: 7,141,447 a/o Jul 31, 2013
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Par Value: 1

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insymbols insymbols 9 years ago
$COKE Coca-Cola Bottling Co Chart
Clearly I Am Correct Clearly I Am Correct 9 years ago
Am I to late to this party?
Are the Divi's pretty consistent?
My add this one to my ford and apple
Safety net picks..
Can it keep going higher?
BeardOfWallSt BeardOfWallSt 13 years ago
up 1.07 on the day. I think Im getting good at this now
BeardOfWallSt BeardOfWallSt 13 years ago
I think those white coke cans helped me take a nice position. Just need this to go up 3 cents and hello projector. I might just frame a white coke can next to my projector. Who knows, maybe that can one day will be worth a couple hundred
$King $King 13 years ago
LOD 55.1
$King $King 13 years ago
18k vol
$King $King 13 years ago
$King $King 13 years ago
COKE @ 55.46
Bart Myers Bart Myers 13 years ago
Citi is out with its report today on Coca-Cola Bottling Co. (NASDAQ: COKE), raising its PT from $61 to $69.

In a note to clients, Citi writes, "While we are encouraged by the improved on-premise and convenience trends in CSDs, and we are hopeful that positive pricing will boost not only revenue growth but also insulate gross margins, we nonetheless fear that the significant commodity cost inflation expected in 2011 will continue to pressure gross margins. Based on our revised estimates, we are raising our target price to $69 based on a 15x multiple on our new 2012 estimate of $4.59, which valuation level we note is in line with COKE's historical valuation."

Citi maintains Hold on COKE.

wzebra33 wzebra33 13 years ago
A camel and a coke
Jose Parejo Jose Parejo 14 years ago
Wow, this stock sure has gone up :) good thing I did not sell...
alliecorp alliecorp 14 years ago
Coca-Cola's murderous record of anti-union activity in Colombia exposed printable article
Originally published May 22 2010
Coca-Cola's murderous record of anti-union activity in Colombia exposed
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Coca-Cola: to many, it is simply the all-American cola that everyone grew up drinking. Originally created in the late 1800s as a medicine, Coca-Cola eventually evolved into one of the world's most popular soft drinks. Besides being a very unhealthy beverage, Coca-Cola has another dirty secret for which few people are aware; the Coca-Cola Company has been involved in a series of kidnappings involving union leaders and organizers at its Colombia bottling facilities. Many of those kidnapped have been severely tortured and even murdered by company thugs.

As shocking and unbelievable as all of this sounds, there is a trail of documented evidence against Coca-Cola for its crimes against union officials. In fact, back in 2001, the United Steelworkers of America and the International Labor Rights Fund, filed a joint lawsuit on behalf of SINALTRAINAL to address the problems in Colombia.

Javier Correa, President of the National Union of Food Industry Workers, and William Mendoza, President of the Barrancabermeja location in Colombia, have joined together with Ray Rogers, Director of the Campaign to Stop Killer Coke, to bring light to the issue and push for an end to the atrocities.

How did it all start?
Most people recognize that unions are formed to protect workers from unfair treatment and abuse by employers. Though some do not operate as intended, the general idea of unions is to ensure that workers are receiving fair pay for their labor and that they are not being grossly extorted by those for whom they work.

U.S. laws have been designed to protect American workers who form labor unions from being threatened or silenced by the companies for whom they work, and while they are not perfect, their intent was for the best interests of American workers.

When workers at Coca-Cola bottling plants in Colombia began to step up and organize unions, the Coca-Cola Company allegedly began to contract with paramilitary security forces to deal with leaders and organizers, something they would not legally be able to do in the U.S. Even today, these forces are using extreme tactics to silence anyone who would dare attempt to organize workers to form a union. These tactics include violent detention efforts, torture and even murder.

Internal Pentagon records that were eventually required to be made public revealed that Colombian troops connected with Coca-Cola's paramilitary forces were also being trained at the U.S. Army's School of the Americas (SOA) in Fort Benning, Georgia, to torture and murder those who conduct "union organizing and recruiting", distribute "propaganda in favor of workers", and "sympathize with demonstrators or strikes."

Is this an isolated incident?
This is not the first time, or the first country, in which Coca-Cola has been responsible for severe human rights abuses. Back in the 1970s and 1980s, the company was responsible for similar behavior in Guatemala, where eight workers in Guatemala City were murdered or otherwise killed for trying to keep their union alive.

Thanks to massive international protests against Coca-Cola following campaigns that brought the truth to light, the multi-national giant was forced to concede and the Guatemalan union survived. But at the time, even the government of Guatemala was unwilling to address the issue; it took the efforts of concerned citizens around the world to win the battle against Coca-Cola and achieve some sort of justice.

The Coca-Cola Company has also been accused of similar human rights abuses in other countries today, including in developing countries like India and China where it has plants. Because the company is so large and powerful, it exerts considerable sway on governments worldwide that turn a blind eye to its abuses.

What is being done to stop Coca-Cola?
The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke has been working for years to bring awareness of these atrocities to light, but unfortunately not much has been resolved in Colombia. And the fact that certain sensitive documents reveal that the U.S. government is playing a role in protecting Coca-Cola adds fuel to the fire. Fortunately, the campaign has been able to successfully initiate some positive steps towards ending Coca-Cola's Colombian tyranny.

In 2006, the University of Michigan, New York University, and a handful of other colleges and universities in North American and Europe cut ties with Coca-Cola because the company would not agree to an independent, third-party audit of its human rights, labor and environmental abuses in both Colombia and India.

Also in 2006, as the World Cup was coming to London with Coca-Cola as one of its primary sponsors, "War on Want" issued a report detailing some of Coca-Cola's abuses around the world. These included:

-Massive drilling efforts in India that exhausted local water supplies and wells, leaving Indian farmers with no water to irrigate their crops.

-Ecosystem contamination in El Salvador and India due to plant waste discharge.

-The human rights abuses taking place in Colombia, as well as in Pakistan, Turkey, Russia, Peru, Chile, Guatemala and Nicaragua.

Demonstrators obstructed the torch relay at the 2006 winter Olympics, exposing many to the truth about Coca-Cola, and held protests at the 2010 winter Olympics in Vancouver as well. Since Coca-Cola is the exclusive non-alcoholic beverage provider to the Olympic Games through 2020, the Games are a primary target for demonstrators.

The Coca-Cola Case, a new documentary
A new documentary called The Coca-Cola Case, which highlights the human rights abuses of the Coca-Cola company, was recently screened in a few Canadian theaters. Hundreds of people, including many students, viewed the movie which, hopefully will make its way into the U.S.

Directed by German Gutierrez and Carmen Garcia, the film tracks labor-rights lawyers Daniel Kovalik and Terry Collingworth, as well as Ray Rogers from the Campaign to Stop Killer Coke, in their efforts to hold the Coca-Cola company accountable for its atrocities. Part of the film highlights the 2001 lawsuit hinged upon the Alien Tort Claims Act, which allows foreigners to sue American companies in American courts for violating "the law of nations or a treaty of the United States."

This film has the potential to ignite a firestorm of pressure against the Coca-Cola Company and force the company to change its ways.

The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke resources
The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke also has a variety of useful resources on its website, including informational flyers, articles and special reports. The group also issues a periodic newsletter to keep interested parties aware of current events that pertain to campaign efforts.

The Campaign's offensive tactics against Coca-Cola are having an impact. Considering that Coca-Cola is one of the most powerful multi-national corporations in the world, it is impressive that numerous institutions of higher learning have already banned Coca-Cola products, and many more are taking steps to ban them as well. As awareness continues to increase, a point of critical mass will be achieved for which Coca-Cola will have to acknowledge and address the issue.

It is also important to note that the Coca-Cola Company owns numerous other beverage brands, including the healthy juice brand, Odwalla.

To learn more about the Campaign to Stop Killer Coke and to get involved in the efforts to stop the human rights abuses of the Coca-Cola Company, please visit

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MorningLightMountain MorningLightMountain 16 years ago
I didn't know COKE was for "small cap funds", but not a bad idea, hard to imagine a world without coca cola.....Lord knows, I drink my share of it, why not own some?????...I imagine if KO or COKE ever collapses, it will be because civilization did as well, making it a moot point....

liquidity, stability, assets, one of the world's most recognized brands(#1 according to many).....a solid boring Co for the tough times coming.....and what's more American than COKE????

PS: also like the symbol for this coke bottler....."the name you know", LOL.....

EquityTrader EquityTrader 16 years ago
BOT COKE today...know the history like the back of my hand. Starting to find my recession proof picks. - so, I'll be active here.
DCschmoeka DCschmoeka 16 years ago
i can tell you NOTHING my friend.
pepsinow2 pepsinow2 16 years ago
what can you tell me regarding a beverage company on the pinks?
pepsinow2 pepsinow2 16 years ago
Have you tasted Hydropower?

I will get you a case

Ticker symbol is OGNA.PK
H-C H-C 17 years ago
CCE gonna distribute Vitamin Water
MrSparex MrSparex 17 years ago
now it's scaring me!
hopscotch hopscotch 18 years ago
ewwww I went through a cherry coke phase for about a week in the 9th grade lol
hopscotch hopscotch 18 years ago
lmao I can't believe you found that thanks
MrSparex MrSparex 18 years ago
Golly Wally...I shoulda remembered that one.
...also...Warren Buffett likes cherry Coke, for real.
BUBBA BUBBA 18 years ago
Here ya go hopscotch
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hopscotch hopscotch 18 years ago
I'd like to buy the world a Coke and keep it company. lol Remember that commercial?
MrSparex MrSparex 18 years ago

Have a Coke and a smile...
Coke adds life and everybody needs a little life...
Got Coke?
...A coke for everybubba...(I meant everybody)...
BUBBA BUBBA 18 years ago
I like

Coca Cola!

hopscotch hopscotch 18 years ago
bubba I'm following you haha
hopscotch hopscotch 18 years ago
sick lol

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