Coca-Cola has been in a boycott campaign against the world’s most popular drink, following its decision to move its global headquarters to Ireland.
The company has also said it would ban its popular fruit juice and other soft drinks from the UK.
The company said in a statement on Wednesday it was moving its headquarters to a location in Dublin that would “provide greater access to its portfolio of brands, including Coca-cola, Sprite, Diet Coke and Monster”.
It said the move would create a new, sustainable and sustainable-looking corporate environment.
However, many consumers were disappointed to see the company move its headquarters.
Coca-Cola’s new Dublin headquarters will bring the company a step closer to its global ambitions.
But the company has made no announcement about when the new headquarters will be built.
“Our headquarters are in Dublin, which is one of the best places in the world to work, live and play,” Coca-Cola said in the statement.
“Coca Cola has an enormous global brand, including many of our most popular brands, and the company is committed to the future of the business.”
The move comes after Coca- Cola’s chief executive, Ronan O’Donoghue, announced he was leaving the company.
The decision came after a report last year that suggested the company was planning to relocate to the US, where it is a dominant brand.
Mr O’Donnell said in November that the company would seek to “accelerate” the move, but that he would remain in Ireland for the next few years.