Who We Are
Coca-Cola Beverages Florida, LLC (Coke Florida) is a family-owned Coca-Cola bottler. Coke Florida’s exclusive territory covers over 21 million consumers across 47 Florida counties, and includes the major metropolitan markets of Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa. Coke Florida manufactures, sells, distributes, and merchandises over 600 products of The Coca-Cola Company and other partner companies. Coke Florida is the third largest privately held, and the sixth-largest, bottler of Coca-Cola products in the United States. The company is also one of America’s largest black-owned businesses. Coke Florida was founded in 2015, employs over 4600 associates, and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida.
Coke Florida is one of the largest minority-owned businesses in Florida, is a certified Minority Business Enterprise, and in 2020 the company was honored as 2020 Minority Business Enterprise Supplier of the Year Class IV by the Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council. The Class IV award recognizes the certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) supplier of the year that has annual sales of more than $50 million and has demonstrated solid business performance, strong community involvement, and a commitment to supporting and expanding supplier diversity.
In 2022 Coke Florida was recognized as a US Best Managed Company by Deloitte-Private and The Wall Street Journal joining an elite group of private companies holding this designation. Coke Florida was evaluated on overall business performance in the categories of strategy, execution, culture, and governance/financials.
Coke Florida operates manufacturing facilities in Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa producing more than 114 million cases of products each year. Three of the four facilities hold GreenCircle zero waste to landfill certifications. Zero Waste to Landfill certification evaluates all waste leaving the site, which includes packaging and manufacturing waste generated before a product reaches shelves. Coke Florida has demonstrated its commitment to a sustainable future by reinforcing the efforts to reduce, reuse, recover, and renew by making its packaging more sustainable, working to minimize water use, and reducing its carbon footprint.
For more information about Coke Florida, see At A Glance