Guidance

Carbonated drinks undertakings

These undertakings ban Coca-Cola and Britvic from enforcing cabinet and outlet exclusivity, when selling to their customers.

Documents

Carbonated drinks (Coca Cola & Schweppes Beverages Ltd) undertakings

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Carbonated drinks (Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd) undertakings

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Carbonated drinks (Coca-Cola Bottlers (Ulster) Ltd) undertakings

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Detail

These undertakings were given under the monopoly provisions of the Fair Trading Act 1973. They require Coca-Cola and Britvic to allow their customers to buy competing products. In the case of Coca-Cola, customers must also be allowed to sell competing drinks from Coca-Cola-branded cabinets.