Coca-Cola Headquarters Info, Email Format, and HR Phone Number

The Coca-Cola or sometime known as Cola is a popular American soft drink company, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, United States of America. They own popular variants and products, such as Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Vanilla, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, and much more. In few countries, they were in controversy due to some reasons. They are market leader in soft drink in the US and other countries. In developed countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, France, and so on, they have good market share. In developing countries, they are facing good competition from the local brands.

The Coca-Cola is headquartered in their iconic One Coca-Cola Plaza located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. So, let’s see contact information of Coca-Cola including their headquarters address, phone number, and more.

Coca-Cola Headquarters
Coca-Cola Headquarters

The Coca-Cola Corporate Headquarters

The Coca-Cola corporate headquarters address is One Coca-Cola Plaza, Atlanta GA 30313 and phone number is 404-676-2121.

Consumer Relations Contacts

If you are looking for consumer relations contacts, please try to reach through call at 1.800.GET.COKE (1.800.438.2653) or email at consumer.relations@coca-cola.com.

Media Relations Contact Info

If you are from media house, including newspaper, magazine, news portal, independent journalist, freelance journalist or related to it, you can be call on +1 (404) 676.2683 or email at press@coca-cola.com.

Investor Relations / Coca-Cola IR Contacts

If you want to contact investor relation of Coca-Cola, please call the Vice President and Officer of Investor Relationsthrough call on 404-676-7563.

Transfer Agent Contact Details

The mailing address of Coca-Cola transfer agent is Computershare Trust Company, N.A., P.O. Box 505000, Louisville, KY 40233. You can also contact Coca-Cola transfer agent through call on 781-575-2653 or email at coca-cola@computershare.com.

Social Media Accounts and Pages

The Coca-Cola company is a global leader in foods and beverages business. They have verified social media accounts on various platforms, exact links are given below:

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How do I contact PepsiCo Headquarters

List of Popular Products of the Coca-Cola

The following products are much popular among the consumers in the United States and few other countries:

  • Coke-Zero Sugar, Coca-Cola Energy Cherry
  • Coca-Cola Energy Cherry Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla
  • Cherry Coke, Cherry Coke Zero
  • Coca-Cola Energy
  • Vanilla Coke, Vanilla Coke Zero

Note: Please note that, the above mentioned contact information of Coca-Cola is obtained from the official source / official website only.

Article last re-published on March 24, 2020.

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  1. Coca-Cola should sell product, not political opinion. Companies are businesses. They are an entity, not a human. If your personnel want to be “woke”, that is fine, but keep in mind that there are 80 to 100 million people that don’t feel the need to kiss the asses of 5%-10% of the minority,.., gay, lesbian, negro, Mexican, Puerto Rican or other party. Your woke political agenda does not set well with me, so I will abstain from consuming your products. As a patriotic American I would like to say KISS MY AS* and goodbye for good.

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    • Richard: What people like you, who make the kinds of comments you did with respect to minorities, should do is crawl back into your cave. You have obviously been raised in darkness and you might as well stay there. Such a small mind.

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      • I know I think it’s more like you’ve been raised by a racist piece of s*** keep up the good work Mommy and Daddy you’re so smart why are you living and working in your basement I mean your parents basement sorry

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    • I tried to send some messages to Coca-Cola in regard to their racist attitude towards white people but of course just like Twitter and Facebook and Google they decided to censor my remarks and not post them what makes them different from all the other race-baiters

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    • Goodbye.By the way it is “sit well with me” not set you ignorant neanderthal.And why do you give your political opinion?

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  2. Shame on coke, They now are making their employees to take an on line course for being to white. I will never drink coke again. they support Blm and Antifa. they believe it is okay to destroy America. This is America not Africa. Turn on your tv and all you see is black.

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  3. Georgia has just passed the most restrictive voting legislation since the Jim Crow era. It even goes so far as to make it a misdemeanor to give food or water to people waiting on line to vote. If Coca Cola wants to be a good corporate citizen, It should speak out against this undemocratic voter suppression. We hope you will do the right thing, other wise you leave us no choice but to boycott your products. You have tremendous clout, please use it for the good of all citizens.

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    • You sound ignorant when you state something you HEARD on television as a fact. Do a little research, don’t take my word for it, and see what the new law actually does do!!

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    • You should actually READ the GA voter law that was just passed. Read it for yourself and you will see that all the restrictions reported on the news are just plain false. If you read it and still don’t understand what the truth is, please ask a lawyer to explain it to you.

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    • How do you figure requiring a voter ID is racist or restrictive? I believe it puts some integrity into Georgia’s wide open voter system. Obama received 87,000 votes by mail and Biden received 849,000. Georgia’s absentee voting went from 5% to 25% of total votes. Why is it wrong to make sure that only legally registered voters are voting? I have had to show my ID when voting in California for over 50 years. You believe that requiring a voter ID suppresses the poor and people of color vote yet those that require welfare, food stamps, unemployment and social security must provide ID. Coca Cola’s recent criticism of Georgia leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I am finished with Coke as a consumer and investor.

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    • Dear James,
      It would do you well to actually read the law as it is publicly available too read as I have. You’ve been lied to, its less restrictive than New York, Colorado and numerous other states. Coke would’ve been smart to just sell their products and stay out of politics. Me or my companies will no longer support Coke or its subsidiaries. Good luck and be well.

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    • You’re a racist, you’re a racist, you’re a racist, say it again libs if you think BLM is a Marxist organization you’re a racist, ok got it

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  4. I will not support Coke as long as Coke supports anti-American efforts to prevent US citizens from voting.

    For the last 35 years, I’ve averaged 2 cokes a day. I will no longer buy coke because your support of scumbags acting to prevent American citizens from voting is abhorrent. The claim that these laws are necessary to prevent voter fraud is an obvious lie. Even those corrupt fools acknowledge that there is no proof of any widespread voter fraud. For example, one law makes it a crime to give water to people waiting in line to vote. How the hell does giving water to people in line amount to voter fraud?

    I am not going to buy any more cokes until Coca Cola stops supporting anti-American demagogues. I will not buy any more cokes until Coca Cola actively promotes the ability of ALL Americans – black, brown, red, as well as white— to exercise the fundamental right of any American: the right to vote.

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    • Do you are so full of s*** your eyes are brown it has nothing to do with the lawyer in Georgia you’re just making sure it up as you go along like Biden

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    • I totally agree! I have been drinking first Tab then Diet Coke for 50 years. Please let it be known your company will not support the voter suppression laws in Georgia and throughout the country. It is a travesty to democracy.

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  5. We feel that it is not Cokes business to be involved in politics of any state including Georgia. Stick to what you do and that is make coke products. If you continue to get involved in politics we will not consume and coke products but will enjoy pepsi.

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  6. My entire family have been huge coke fans. My father was a stock broker so all of us have had coke stock since the 1960’s. What has happened to Fresca? I heard some months back there was an aluminum shortage. Just recently we found Fresca in the 16 oz. bottles! Needless to say we were elated , I feel like some plastics are better for you than cans. Now all of a sudden Fresca has disappeared again. What is going on? We live in Georgia and no where around can you find Fresca again. We have a condo on the Alabama coast Fresca has disappeared here as well. You don’t see coke, Diet Coke or Coke Zero disappearing. Fresca is a very popular drink and has a large following so why can’t you manufacture more, PLEASE?

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  7. I too am going to boycott Coke for the same reason they hate white people or there afraid of the black people so here’s my idea let’s all get some T-shirts and put down in the back of them boycott Coca-Cola they don’t like white people W.L.M White lives matter and all these white business owners would turn against their own race you’ll have your day

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  8. They won’t reverse their policy they are too afraid of BLM what if enough of us white people boycott Coke and boycott these other entities that are racist towards the white population which is the majority of the country then maybe we can change their attitudes if we can affect their bottom line we can change their attitudes

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  9. Ditto. Long time Coca Cola consumer …. but not any more! The CEO is stupid or misinformed. The election in Georgia and elsewhere was stolen

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    • I hope to god that he takes your blinders off. These woke companies are deciding our country by supporting these ignorant lazy non working kids that have probably never worked a day in their lives. All they do is go around protesting anything white.

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  10. I have been a Coke drinker for years. Please continue doing what you do best , producing sodas and stay out of politics!

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  11. To CEO of Cokes. Tell companies to stop being crybaby like DEMOC RATS 🐀 I agree with Governor Kemp. Voter ID must show who real each Voter is…. We people want Honesty and Real Law… Democrats are FAMOUS CHEATERS AND VOTE THIEVES.. SHUT UP TO COKE CEO AND COMPANIES!!!!

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  12. Thank you for opposing the Georgia voter suppresion laws. I will be switching from Pepsi to Coke now.

    Thanks again,
    Peggy Matheson

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  13. I purchase over $100 each month of Coca-Cola products for our family, but beginning immediately, I am boycotting all of your products. Because your company failed to act promptly and recognize that every American citizen must have the right to vote, and your corporation’s failure to act decisively to protect that right, I will not purchase anymore Coca-Cola or other products under your flagship until all Americans–including all Georgians have their right to vote restored.

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  14. Cherry Coke is my favorite beverage! Our family goes through a couple cases a week. NO MORE! We will avoid Coke products whenever possible in the future. We are just an average family and I am sure the loss of our business won’t hurt you; however, we can no longer support your corporation when it opposes such things as Election Reform laws enacted in states like Georgia and Texas to help add integrity to the election process. Shame on you Coca-Cola! I wonder what would happen if I showed up at your annual Stock Holder Convention and wanted to come in and vote with out proper identification? I’m sure this would be fine with you! Lol… Such HYPOCRISY!!! No More Coke!

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  15. An informed, mature, rational citizen of voting age could easily ascertain that the noble and fair actions undertaken recently by the Georgia legislature address two things. First of all, voter identification and verification do not equal voter suppression. Secondly, the self-righteous “right to cheat” is history but still needs to be closely watched and monitored. With regard to the Coca Cola corporation’s recent negative sentiments toward the Georgia legislature, our family’s purchases of Coke products has come to a screeching halt. In addition, we have investment holdings in Coca Cola and will likely unload it if the corporation’s absurdity continues.

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  16. My family will dispose of any present Coca-Cola product in our home today. Coca-Cola has no right or previlege to disparage the George State Government’s recent election law changes. My personal 70 year enjoyment of my Coca-Cola is over.

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  17. Coca-Cola Company
    Your decision to give support to Antifa, BLM and to now back corrupt elections in Georgia is a horribly tragedy. We forgave you for New Coke, you repay us by turning on your customers.
    Your company has enjoyed a loyal fan base for many decades. No more. I will now think of Wokea-Cola in the same manner as I do the NFL, NBA, MLB, Delta Airlines, Planned Parenthood and Eggo products.
    It’s a shame you are committing corporate suicide.

    George in Wisconsin

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    • So frustrating that people are so quick to believe the media instead of reading these bills. New York has shorter voting days. They won’t be getting my business for coke , water, or anything else they produce.

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  18. I have banned all Coke products from my house. I was a constant Diet Coke consumer, but I’m glad I banned their products because they were all crap and bad for you anyway.

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  19. Coke Zero & sprite have been my favorite cola’s for several years but Diet Pepsi I’m coming back to you baby! I will not buy another Coca Cola product. I’m sure my departure won’t hurt anyone’s pocket book at the company whatsoever. I have read the bill that Georgia governor Kemp signed & I don’t understand why people would not want proof of ID when voting & from what I’m seeing in comments on a majority of sites & news outlets that’s what everyone is pissed about besides being misinformed of what’s in the bill as they haven’t read it themselves. I remember in 1995 a year after my divorce several of the people working the polling location knew me & one had known me since my birth in 1969 came very close to denying to let me vote because I had failed to change my last name on my registration card back to my maiden name legally as I had on my drivers license & social security card. I was aggravated since she knew me but also respected her for going by the laws in place to keep unregistered voters or anyone posing as me & voting in my place. Now we have early voting to accommodate folks that cannot get there on Election Day to vote. If I mess around & forget or just get lazy & put off going to early voting & for some reason then miss voting on Election Day then that’s my fault. From what I read voting times were extended. It is my right as an American citizen to vote for whom ever I feel is the best candidate in whichever election I’m voting & I take that right very seriously & have for the 34 years I’ve been a registered voter. I think all voters in person or absentee voters should have to have proof of identity no matter who is in office. I myself live in a rural area & have waited in long lines at early voting & my polling place on Election Day & I take something to drink with me. I’ve never known in 34 years of voting of anyone being allowed to pass out water or food while standing in line waiting to vote it’s always been my understanding that candidates & anyone polling for them are required to stay so many feet from voters & if they run up to me in the parking lot I just say “I support you” whether I do or not & move on to the safety of the voting line. I myself have always thought a piece of crap is a piece of crap regardless of race, religion or gender & yes I’ve been a total turd at times in my life but I own it. I think it would be interesting to know all the people protesting, marching & rioting & destroying cities & towns & businesses that people have worked so hard to have & physically hurting others, just how many of those are registered voters & how many are deemed to disabled to work but can sure as hell get out there & cause destruction & harm to others. I don’t pretend to know more than I do but I do listen & educate myself with FACTS on things I’m seriously concerned about & think for myself. I pray that we as Americans can close the gap that politicians have created between us & heal as a nation together. May God bless America because we need it more than ever in this day & time.

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  20. I also feel the same way as you do! I have stopped drinking Coke products. I am a white person and evidently offend their company policies so why would I purchase their products? The woke culture is a non Christian religion, with no forgiveness. If this is there stance than I can no longer purchase products from them.

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  21. Looks like getting into politics isn’t going so well for Coca Cola! Doesn’t matter which side your on they’ll be getting banned! You can just guess which side I’m on because I’m just one more casualty for your company! Good bye after 60 years of support!

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  22. yep, you suck. now drinking anything but coke. your woke will soon be broke. why did you decide to upset half your customers?

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  23. Dear Woke Cola –

    Just wanted to follow up with the phone call I just finished with your customer relations number. The operator was very clear by her (seemed to be ) written response that Coke doesn’t need me or any other customer that doesn’t agree with the crazy position YOU have decided to take. I will no longer be a participant in putting money into Coke’s hands. Today I will toss out any Coke products that exist in my two homes. I will need to learn to like Pepsi or give up cola all together which would be the healthier choice anyway. I am sure my doctors will all agree. I will be sure that all my family and all my friends and even my acquaintances are aware of WOKE COKE. I hope all of your share holders get on board and I hope you all loose your over paid and over privileged jobs!! Go woke, go broke ….

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  24. I have read other people’s comments. I want to add my voice to the mix. James Quincey, the CEO of Coca-Cola should be fired. Let this guy retire to England, where he belongs. As a lifelong Coca-Cola fan, I am appalled that they turn on our Democracy and our Great Nation. For the past 60 years this Nation has catered to the black race. But it never ends. They are never happy. All I see on my TV is black, black, black.!!! I for one am sick to death of this bull crap!!! I am proud to be White. I am proud of our Country. My father fought in 2 world wars. My oldest brother served in the 2nd world war. My third oldest brother served in the Korean War, and was wounded in battle. I myself served the better part of 6 years in the Marines. My Grand Parents emigrated from Canada. We don’t owe the Blacks any thing. Voter ID is not new. You must provide ID for everything today. Coca-Cola should stay out of Politics…PERIOD!!! Boycott Coke.

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  25. A few years ago I worked for US Security in management and Coke was our largest client in Georgia.I was proud to be working with coke headquarters at the time. Fast forward to today & I am totally disgusted with coke!! Georgia’s voting laws were changed to make sure people had to have a signature on an absentee ballot. The voting hours remain the same. So what is coke objecting too??

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  26. I agree, coke supports these criminals that are trying to destroy our country. I’ve supported coke 55 years, but I will never buy another coke product again. I’m telling everyone I know to boycott coke. Coke is not a friend to America.

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  27. I wouldn’t be surprised if Cokes next marketing step would be to change their Red label colors to “Blue” and stamp a BLM logo onto their packaging.
    BTW, BLM=BoweL movements Matter!

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  28. I worked for Coke Cola back in the 50″s in Port Huron Michigan. I have been a regular customer until last week. Does everything have to be politicized?
    Here I come Pepsi.

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  29. I agree with you on the BLM movement. It is not for the betterment of blacks. The first and foremost objective used to be on their website, but they cleaned it up for public consumption. That objective was the complete and utter destruction of the family unit. The democratic policies have worked hard through the years to decimate the black families with welfare putting the father figures out of the picture. Before this began black families were strong with over 85 percent having both parents raising their children. Now this is the exception instead of the norm for families. Most families are female head of households with the males deficit in receiving guidance and upbringing by a good role model. This is the lost generation because as much as the woman may valiantly try to raise these young men, it is a job needing male leading.

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  30. I am so sorry your company feels obligated to get in this battle against our state of Georgia about the new voting bill. It is actually watered down. It should require signature verification and more. You actually did not read it. It actually made it easier for everyone to vote. It gives more days. Provides ballot boxes in each county free ids for anyone who wants them.. It seems very good to me. I know that you are into there was no fraud, but I know the Democratic Party did illegal things to win the election. Like census workers doing absentee ballots along with census and then offering to mail them. This happened in Richmond county. Totally illegal. It is shameful to imply blacks are not intelligent or competent to do what is easier than ever to do.

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  31. This country made you and your product great. Now you want to trash this country with your politics. Shame on you. I’ll never buy a Coca Cola product nor any products of companies you own. Bye Bye – Forever

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  32. My family has decided to print off all Coke products and stop purchasing them. It is the first time we ever have done this against any company. We believe it is time for corporations to stay out of the politics. We have been life long buyers of Coke products. Many hard working people in Georgia will be hurt by Coke’s actions.

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  33. Shame on Coke, this once great American Company has decided to play in politics. I have been drinking their products for over 30 years and have stock in the company. However, I will never again drink their products and I have instructed my financial planner to sell the stock. This is NOT a great American Company any more. Corporations should remain neutral in politics- Coke did not and they have turned me off and about half of the folks in this country. The democrats and left are going to need to buy a ton of the products to make up for their loss. I would suggest to Coke- keep your mouth shut. Hello Pepsi!

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  34. For the past 60 years I have been a loyal coca cola customer but as a company which shows such a WOKE attitude, I will no longer be buying your product. If coca cola wants to move out of Georgia, maybe they should and move to China. I suspect China would welcome them with open arms .. too bad Coke…

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  35. Tell your CEO that Coke will be my last request for a drink, following only water. That is because of his comments about the Georgia laws on elections. As a British citizen, what does he know about US politics and election laws. BAD for Coke, good for Pepsi.

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  36. I join the chorus of former Coke lovers who have decided to drink anything but Coca-Cola products going forward. Apparently their are enough Coke loving liberals to drink your products that you don’t need conservatives. I have been a loyal customer, but will not buy or drink another Coke product ever again. Good luck with your social justice agenda. You will be sorry that you didn’t stick to traditional marketing and stay out of politics.

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