• Schweppes Dry Lemon

    • Schweeps Dry Lemon

      Schweppes was founded by a German-born Swiss jeweller and amateur scientist named Jacob Schweppe, who discovered a way of producing carbonated water on a commercial scale.

      Although the brand is owned by Cadbury Schweppes in the UK, it is marketed and produced by Coca-Cola in South Africa, where it is ranked as the country’s fifth most popular soft drink brand.

      The world leader in mixers, the iconic Schweppes range includes Indian Tonic Water, Ginger Ale, Bitter Lemon, Dry Lemon, Soda Water, Lemonade, Tomato Juice Mix, as well as Cranberry and Raspberry Juice. In addition, certain flavours have a diet option.

      Designed for a sophisticated adult palette, the mixers are less sweet and have fewer artificial flavours. Citric and effervescent, they are ideal for any cocktail or tall drink. As a brand that symbolises classic style and good taste, Schweppes is aligned with assets such as the J&B Met and Durban July. Other drivers are mixer promotions and on-premise consumption activities.

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      Ingredients: Carbonated water, sugar, reconstituted lemon juice concentrate (contains sulphur dioxide), citric acid, preservative (potassium sorbate), flavouring, quinine (30 mg/l) and colourant (quinoline yellow)

  • Product Quality

    • We measure key product and package quality attributes by focusing on ingredients and materials, and regulating manufacturing, bottling and distribution, of TheCoca-Cola Company products to ensure those products meet Company requirements and consumer expectations in the marketplace.

      As TheCoca-Cola Company expands our beverage portfolio and supplier base to meet the increasing demands of growing and developing markets around the world, customer and consumer expectations and regulatory scrutiny continue to rise. The global nature of our business requires that The Coca-Cola System has the highest standards and processes to ensure consistent quality—from our concentrate production to our bottling and product delivery.

      To ensure such consistency and reliability, The Coca-Cola System is governed by The Coca-Cola Operating Requirements (KORE) , a new management system which replaced The Coca-Cola Management System (TCCMS) in January 2010. KORE enables The Coca-Cola System to address the changing business landscape while supporting our Company's strategic growth plans by creating an integrated quality management programme which holds all of our operations, system wide, to the same standards for production and distribution of our beverages.

      KORE guarantees the highest standards in product safety and quality, occupational safety and health and environmental standards across the whole of The Coca-Cola System by outlining clear requirements for the policies, specifications and programmes that guide our operations. With endorsement from leadership throughout The Coca-Cola System, KORE integrates business and quality objectives and aligns them with consistent metrics to monitor performance; integrates preventive action as a management tool with more rigorous demands when introducing new products and services; incorporates Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) into our system standards; manages risk in our Company and bottling operations and across our supply chain; and defines problem-solving methods and tools to drive consistent quality with improvements.

      To stay current with new regulations, industry best practices and marketplace conditions, we consistently reassess the relevance of our requirements and guidelines not only in manufacturing, but throughout the entire supply chain.


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