The campaign, created by Vallance Carruthers Coleman Priest, uses Coke's iconic bottle shape as an outline, but gives equal prominence to a wide range of the company's fruit juice and water brands.
The multimillion-pound "World of refreshment" campaign will run across consumer lifestyle titles, on the illuminated sign in London's Piccadilly Circus, and online at www.refreshinglife.co.uk. TV activity is not planned, although Coca-Cola is not ruling it out.
One supermarket buyer warned that it could be "dangerous" to associate all 19 brands with Coke because of health concerns.
A senior marketer at a rival drinks firm claimed a multi-product approach would help Coke avoid censure over health concerns about sports sponsorship. An industry analyst added that the ads would help Coca-Cola trade off its "brand icon status".
In the past three months sales of Coke-owned carbonates have grown in a sector that is in overall decline.
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