At Coca-Cola HBC we believe that sustainable development is a global challenge. We can promote good practices in this field by working together with other organisations to achieve the greatest possible added value.

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Polish Red Cross

Polish Red Cross is the biggest and the oldest humanitarian organization in Poland. It is also a part of the International Movement of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent.

The Red Cross' mission is to prevent and alleviate human suffering and to protect human dignity without discrimination on the basis of nationality, race, gender, religious or political beliefs. Coca‑Cola HBC Polska has a long-term relationship with Red Cross. Cooperation between to parties helped e.g. organizing Polish Red Cross' Healthy Lifestyle Olimpics, during which lifestyle, hygiene and first aid were promoted among pupils. Learn more about the organization at:

The Polish Federation of Food Industry Union of Employers

The Polish Federation of Food Industry Union of Employers (PFFI UE) was estabilished to secure effective participation of business entities in laying down legal, organisational and economic conditions for the development of food sector.

The Polish Federation of Food Industry Union of Employers (PFFI UE) represents the Polish industry at an institutionalised forum of the overall EU food sector. The organization monitors and communicates on a current basis to its members any amendments to the EU food legislation and since 2004 it has enabled the Polish companies to take active part in shaping food legislation. In the global market, a chance to achieve economic and social success stand only these companies, that are keen on having fast access to reliable information, are willing to cooperate and want to influence on business environment on a micro - and macro scale. The Polish Federation of Food Industry provides an operational framework for its members. Learn more here:

Employers of the Republic of Poland

Employers of the Republic of Poland are the oldest and largest employer organization in Poland - they have been operating since 1989, representing more than 19,000 companies employing over 5 million people.

The organization aims to create a state that is friendly to employers. Employers of the Republic of Poland strive to create harmony on the employer-employee line. This approach can be seen during works of the Council for Social Dialogue. Representatives of Polish Employers engage in activities that are important from the point of view of conducting business and employers: during Sejm and Senate committees, in decision-making and advisory work at the various levels of state administration and the committees controlling the use of EU funds. Learn more:

Rekopol Recovery Organization

Rekopol S.A. is packaging recovery organisation set up by companies that introduce packaged goods on the Polish market. It recovers and recycles packaging waste and runs public educational campaigns.

Rekopol S.A. cooperates with companies that collect and recycle household waste, which form the biggest group of our cooperation partners, collect waste from sources such as large format stores, industrial facilities, and others and with companies that submit packaging waste generated in their production plants and retail outlets for recycling.

The company 2020 goal is to recycle 50% of household-generated waste. Learn more about the organization at:

The Union of Packaging Industry and Packed Products Employers EKO-PAK

The Union of Packaging Industry and Packed Products Employers EKO-PAK brings together leading Polish manufacturers of packaged and packaging products.

The organization is one of the few employers' organizations in Poland with a view to developing a strong, effective and sustainable waste management system and the only employer organization focusing on packaging waste management.

EKO-PAK mission and main goal is to implement legal solutions in Poland that will increase the effectiveness and sustainability of the packaging waste management system and also serve equally to all participants in the system. And most importantly - which will serve Poland as a member more and more active in the environmental area of the European Union. Learn more about the organization at:

Responsible Business Forum

The Responsible Business Forum is the largest NGO in Poland addressing the concept of corporate social responsibility in a comprehensive manner, with the longest tradition in Poland, operating since 2000.

The Forum is a think-and-do-tank that initiates and partners in key activities for the Polish CSR.

The Forum’s mission: We inspire business that changes the world and provide a meeting place for people who change business. We promote sustainable development.

To achieve these goals, Forum focuses its activity on helping businesses develop their social responsibility, building businesses coalition that focuses on solving social problems, creating a forum where managers, the state administration and nongovernmental organizations can exchange information on CSR and promoting corporate social responsibility solutions adequete to the needs and capabilities of companies in Poland. Learn more here:

Our Earth Foundation

Fundacja Nasza Ziemia (Our Earth Foundation) is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) focused mainly on environmental education. It was founded in 1994 by Mira Stanisławska-Meysztowicz and it has been providing valuable knowledge regarding environmental protection to the citizens of Poland ever since.

The Foundation has also been responsible for running and coordinating numerous projects and programmes, all of which have had one common goal – to raise awareness about environmental protection and sustainable development. One of our most prized accomplishments has been the successful promotion and coordination of the “Clean up the World” campaign in Poland. Learn more about the NGO here:

United States Industrial Development Organization

UNIDO is the specialized agency of the United Nations that promotes industrial development for poverty reduction, inclusive globalisation and environmental sustainability.

The mission of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), as described in the Lima Declaration adopted at the fifteenth session of the UNIDO General Conference in 2013, is to promote and accelerate inclusive and sustainable industrial development (ISID) in Member States

The relevance of ISID as an integrated approach to all three pillars of sustainable development is recognized by the recently adopted 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will frame United Nations and country efforts towards sustainable development in the next fifteen years. UNIDO’s mandate is fully recognized in SDG-9, which calls to “Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation”. The relevance of ISID, however, applies in greater or lesser extent to all SDGs. Learn more about UNIDO at:

United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP)

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment.

Federation of Polish Food Banks

The Federation of Polish Food Banks consist of 32 local Food Banks, operating throughout the country. All are non-governmental organizations with the status of an association or fundation. Together, they form a union of associations with public benefit organization status.

The Federation is an voluntary society, created by different, self-govern Food Banks. Their common values and actions are supported and represented by democratically elected Board. 

The organization operates within three elemental rules:

  • Non-profit rule - operating without the profit - achieved through free food gains and its free distribution,
  • Directing food to the needy through charitable organizations directly involved in nutrition rule
  • Apoliticality and freedom of worldview rule

The Federation realizes its' mission through:

  • Finding food sources produced in excess,
  • Getting food, including products with short expiration dates, so-called non-commercial products, with defectuve packaging, whose nutritional value does not raise any objections,
  • Storage of received products and their rational distribution to organizations, not individuals,
  • Promoting attitudes that counteract irresponsible food disposal.

The Federation follows the values reflected in the Charter of FEBA Food Banks.

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Lithuania Food Industry Association

The Lithuania Food Industry Association is a non-profit organisation of local and international food producers and raw material producers and importers. It represents the interests of 11 food companies to both the state and to non-governmental organisations.

Lithuania Beverages Association

The Lithuania Beverages Association is a non-profit organisation which supports transparent and timely communication between producers, consumers and the public sector. The organisation has four members and six associated members who are producers and importers of various drinks in Lithuania.


American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia

AmCham Estonia is a non-profit, non-political association of business executives interested in facilitating trade between the United States and Estonia, increasing US investment in Estonia and developing relationships with suitable business partners locally and internationally.

Members of the AmCham Estonia include both businesses and individuals from the United States, Estonia and neighbouring countries who are conducting business in or trade with Estonia. The Chamber has over 140 members. 

Estonian Food Industry Association

The Estonian Food Industry Association is a non-profit organisation which promotes food products and production in Estonia. It also supports members` communications with both consumers and the public sector.

The organisation offers a broad range of services to  members, being a respected counterpart for both public and private sector.

Estonian Association of Alcohol Producers and Importers

This non-profit organisation raises awareness around responsible alcohol consumption; it has 12 members who are either producers or importers of alcoholic beverages.

Estonian Chamber of Commerce

The Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ECCI) is the oldest organisation representing Estonian entrepreneurs. It was founded to represent and protect the common interests of Estonian merchants, manufacturers, bankers and ship-owners in 1925.

Today, the ECCI, with almost 3,200 members, is the largest organisation representing businesses in the country.

Estonian Soft Drinks Association

The Estonian Soft Drinks Association is a non-profit organisation which encourages transparent and timely communication between producers, consumers and the public sector.

The organisation has three members, who are the largest producers and importers of soft drinks in Estonia. 

The Association is one of the founders of Eesti Pandipakend (EPP) and a member of the Supervisory Board. EPP is is a producer responsibility organisation, established in  2005, that organises packaging recycling. EPP administers and organises the collection, transport, sorting, counting and recycling of deposit-subjected package in all Estonia, i.e. it deals with  plastic, glass and metal packaging of water, carbonised drinks, beer and low-alcohol beverages.



Employer's Confederation of Latvia

LDDK is the largest organisation in Latvia for employers. LDDK was founded in 1993 and currently its members employ 43 percent of Latvia's workforce. LDDK is a partner of Cabinet of Ministers of Latvia and Free Trade Union Confederation of Latvia. LDDK unites and represents 110 industry leaders - companies with more than 50 employees, as well as 66 industry and regional business associations and federations. 

Latvian Packaging Association

The Latvian Packaging Association represents the interests of Latvian entrepreneurs - packaging producers, traders, users, experts - as well as lawyers and private individuals. It represents members' common interests, ensures packaging sector development and advanced packaging technologies, supports packaging waste management systems in the country, and maintains communications with legislators, consumers and the public, as well as between member organisations.

Latvian Federation of Food Companies

The Latvian Federation of Food Companies is the only multisectoral NGO in the Latvian food processing industry. The Federation brings together food companies and professional associations, represents food producers to state and non-governmental organisations and defends the interests of its members during the process of drawing up national and international standards, as well as providing information to LFFC members.