America’s leading beverage companies – The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo –announce the launch of the Every Bottle Back recycling initiative

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Spotlight: Protecting our natural resources for generations to come
Journal Star | November 26, 2019

The city of Peoria serves as an economic hub for central Illinois due largely to the Illinois River. The river is a principal tributary of the Mississippi facilitating trade and shipping and along its banks are some of the richest farmland on earth.


Let’s get every bottle back
Daily Herald | November 26, 2019

According to the Rochester Institute of Technology, more than 22 million pounds of plastic end up on the shores of the Great Lakes. Our lakes are precious resources that we rely on daily — so it’s understandable when Illinoisans become frustrated when they see plastic bottles in nature. Illinois beverage makers share in that frustration.

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Coke, Dr Pepper, Pepsi execs: We are committed to reducing plastic waste
USA TODAY | November 22, 2019

Americans love beverages and all the choices they have. They also like the convenience of the plastic bottles that many beverages come in. What they don’t like is where a lot of these bottles end up.

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American Beverage Association launches ‘Every Bottle Back’ campaign
PLASTICS TODAY | November 6, 2019

America’s leading beverage companies—the Coca-Cola Co., Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo—have initiated a “breakthrough” effort to increase recycling rates and reduce the use of virgin resin by increasing collection of the industry’s valuable plastic bottles to make into new bottles.

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Sustainability alert: US beverage companies launch Every Bottle Back initiative
Recycling Today | November 1, 2019

The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Keurig Dr Pepper, Plano, Texas, and PepsiCo, Purchase, New York, have launched of the Every Bottle Back initiative, an effort to reduce the industry’s use of new plastic by making significant investments to improve the collection of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles.

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Illinois Beverage Association Salutes PepsiCo & COVID-19 Response Efforts Supporting Communities of Color

The Illinois Beverage Association (IBA) salutes member company PepsiCo and its philanthropic arm, The PepsiCo Foundation, who recently launched a nationwide COVID-19 relief and response effort.

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The Coca-Cola Company, partnering with local distributor Heartland Coca-Cola, donated 32,500 plastic face shields to the State of Illinois to protect those essential frontline workers who are keeping the people of Illinois safe.


Illinois Beverage Association Completes Rebrand with Launch of New Website
June 04, 2020

On Thursday, June 4th the Illinois Beverage Association (IBA) announced its rebranding with the launch of its new website www.illinoisbeverage.org.

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America’s leading beverage companies introduce “EVERY BOTTLE BACK” Initiative
October 29, 2019

The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo Will Support Circular Plastics Economy Through Investment and Action, in Conjunction with World Wildlife Fund, The Recycling Partnership & Closed Loop Partners

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Can the Tax Coalition celebrates passage of Cook County Beverage Tax Repeal
October 11, 2017

Cook County today became the first local unit of government in the country to repeal an existing beverage tax when the County Board overwhelmingly voted 15-2 to end the county’s unfair, over-reaching and unpopular beverage tax.

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Illinois Beverage Association Meets with Elected Officials in Springfield During Annual Business Day
May 2019

Business Day is an annual opportunity participate in the legislative process and a chance to speak directly with Members of the General Assembly while they are considering legislation that directly impacts the Illinois’ non-alcoholic beverage industry.

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Illinois Beverage Association Members Host Elected Officials For Facility Tours
Summer 2019

Illinois Beverage Association members hosted a series of tours for local and state officials at bottling plants and distribution facilities in their districts to highlight the direct and indirect jobs created by the beverage industry in each district.

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Illinois Beverage Association featured at National Government Affairs Conference

June 2019

Beverage company representatives and hundreds of state beverage associations from across the country gathered for a two-day National Government Affairs Conference (NGAC) in Chicago to share insights on key industry issues.

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Illinois Beverage Association Member Sponsors Premiere Sports Competition
June 2019

Heartland Coca-Cola is the local distributer in central and southern Illinois and is a founding partner of the Illinois Special Olympics Summer Games. In addition to sponsoring the event, Heartland shows their support by providing volunteers to assist athletes during the games.

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Spotlight: Protecting our natural resources for generations to come
Journal Star | November 26, 2019

The city of Peoria serves as an economic hub for central Illinois due largely to the Illinois River. The river is a principal tributary of the Mississippi facilitating trade and shipping and along its banks are some of the richest farmland on earth.

READ MORE


Let’s get every bottle back
Daily Herald | November 26, 2019

According to the Rochester Institute of Technology, more than 22 million pounds of plastic end up on the shores of the Great Lakes. Our lakes are precious resources that we rely on daily — so it’s understandable when Illinoisans become frustrated when they see plastic bottles in nature. Illinois beverage makers share in that frustration.

READ MORE


Coke, Dr Pepper, Pepsi execs: We are committed to reducing plastic waste
USA TODAY | November 22, 2019

Americans love beverages and all the choices they have. They also like the convenience of the plastic bottles that many beverages come in. What they don’t like is where a lot of these bottles end up.

READ MORE


American Beverage Association launches ‘Every Bottle Back’ campaign
PLASTICS TODAY | November 6, 2019

America’s leading beverage companies—the Coca-Cola Co., Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo—have initiated a “breakthrough” effort to increase recycling rates and reduce the use of virgin resin by increasing collection of the industry’s valuable plastic bottles to make into new bottles.

READ MORE


Sustainability alert: US beverage companies launch Every Bottle Back initiative
Recycling Today | November 1, 2019

The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Keurig Dr Pepper, Plano, Texas, and PepsiCo, Purchase, New York, have launched of the Every Bottle Back initiative, an effort to reduce the industry’s use of new plastic by making significant investments to improve the collection of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles.

READ MORE

IBA NEWS RELEASES


America’s leading beverage companies introduce “EVERY BOTTLE BACK” Initiative
October 29, 2019

The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and PepsiCo Will Support Circular Plastics Economy Through Investment and Action, in Conjunction with World Wildlife Fund, The Recycling Partnership & Closed Loop Partners

READ MORE


Can the Tax Coalition celebrates passage of Cook County Beverage Tax Repeal
October 11, 2017

Cook County today became the first local unit of government in the country to repeal an existing beverage tax when the County Board overwhelmingly voted 15-2 to end the county’s unfair, over-reaching and unpopular beverage tax.

READ MORE


Illinois Beverage Association Meets with Elected Officials in Springfield During Annual Business Day

May 2019

Business Day is an annual opportunity participate in the legislative process and a chance to speak directly with Members of the General Assembly while they are considering legislation that directly impacts the Illinois’ non-alcoholic beverage industry.

READ MORE


Illinois Beverage Association Members Host Elected Officials For Facility Tours

Summer 2019

Illinois Beverage Association members hosted a series of tours for local and state officials at bottling plants and distribution facilities in their districts to highlight the direct and indirect jobs created by the beverage industry in each district.

READ MORE


Illinois Beverage Association featured at National Government Affairs Conference

June 2019

Beverage company representatives and hundreds of state beverage associations from across the country gathered for a two-day National Government Affairs Conference (NGAC) in Chicago to share insights on key industry issues.

READ MORE


Illinois Beverage Association Member Sponsors Premiere Sports Competition
June 2019

Heartland Coca-Cola is the local distributer in central and southern Illinois and is a founding partner of the Illinois Special Olympics Summer Games. In addition to sponsoring the event, Heartland shows their support by providing volunteers to assist athletes during the games.

READ MORE