Coca Cola invests $10.1 million to reactivate small businesses in Argentina

In the midst of a fall in mass consumption that was accentuated in recent months with the Covid-19 pandemic, Coca Cola Argentina launched a program to shore up the business of small stores and kiosks, which account for 90.% of its total sales volume. In this plan, Coca Cola plans to invest $770 million ($10.1 million) that will be destined, basically, to financial and health assistance for the reopening of 25,000 stores throughout the country.

Source: Clarín