But drinks giant of admits it could have dealt better with troubles in India, where activists accuse it of greenwash

The Coca-Cola Company recently announced that it had reached its goal of "replenishing" all the water used in its finished products globally. The beverage giant, along with its global bottling partners, said in 2015 it had balanced the water it extracted for use in its finished products by returning...

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