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San Miguel Brewery Inc.

Company Profile

San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB) is the largest producer of beer in the Philippines, with nine out of ten beer
drinkers preferring its brands. San Miguel Beer was first produced by La Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel, an upstart
brewery in the heart of Manila that began its operations in 1890. It received the Royal Grant from the Spanish king to
brew beer in the Philippines, then a colony of Spain. In 1963, the brewery was renamed San Miguel Corp. (SMC) to
reflect its growing ventures into food and packaging. As the beer business grew at a steady pace, it provided the
foundation from which SMC expanded its interests from food, beverage and packaging, to power, oil, airline and
infrastructure. Today, SMC is the country's biggest diversified conglomerate. San Miguel Beer products have consistently
dominated the market for beer in the Philippines, the country's largest alcoholic beverage segment.

Board Of Directors

Ramon S. Ang
Roberto N. Huang
Ferdinand K. Constantino
Keisuke Nishimura
Atty. Alonzo Q. Ancheta - Independent Director
Carmelo L. Santiago - Independent Director
Carlos Antonio M. Berba
Takashi Hayashi
Toshiya Miyoshi
Daniel L. Henares
Tomoki Yamauchi

Corporate Social Responsibility

“ SMB's Social Responsibility is a covenant, a corporate commitment – then and now. ”

Inspired by our mother company, San Miguel Corporation, we continue to help the communities where we operate
by caring for our environment and contributing to countryside development.

With our collective efforts, we aim to make a difference by helping

our countrymen to live a better life.

Deeply rooted in its corporate character, San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB) continues to
anchor its social development initiatives in programs that put life and meaning
in “doing business honorably.”

The company builds on its successes as it pursues social development in the long term. Its programs are designed to be
able to make a difference and ultimately contribute to national development.

SMB epitomizes its brand of corporate citizenship by caring beyond business through sharing the benefits it derives from
the society. And inherent in its growth, social development endeavors are founded on synergy, shared values and shared
vision with its various stakeholders.
Petron Corporation
Company Profile

Petron Corporation is the largest oil refining and marketing company in the Philippines. Supplying nearly 40% of
the country’s oil requirements, our world-class products and quality services fuel the lives of millions of Filipinos every
day. We have the largest retail network. With nearly 1,900 service stations, we bring our superior automotive fuels closer
to motorists. We have the most extensive petroleum product line in the Philippines. We export various petroleum and non-
fuel products to Asia-Pacific countries such as Japan, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Pakistan, and
even to the United Arab Emirates. With nearly 80 years of experience in the oil industry, we continue to be dedicated and
passionate about our vision to be the leading provider of total customer solutions in the energy sector and its derivative

Board Of Directors

Eduardo M. Cojuangco –Chairman Estelito P. Mendoza–Director

Ramon S. Ang–President, CEO & Executive Director Aurora T. Calderon–Director

Rodulfo L. Tablante–Vice President-Operations Romela M. Bengzon–Director

Emmanuel E. Eraña–Chief Financial Officer & Senior Mirzan bin Mahathir–Director
Vice President
Virgilio S. Jacinto–Director
Jose Angelo C. Cruz–Secretary, VP-General Counsel & Albertito S. Sarte–Treasurer & Vice President
Compliance Officer
Julieta L. Ventigan–Vice President-Business Planning & Archie B. Gupalor–Vice President-National Sales
Development Dennis S. Janson–Controller & Assistant Vice President-
Lubin B. Nepomuceno–Director & General Manager
Mary Ann M. Neri–Assistant Vice President-Marketing Raffy Ledesma–Head-Strategic Communications
Rosario D. Vergel de Dios–Assistant Vice President-
Eric O. Recto–Non-Executive Director Human Resources
Nelly Favis-Villafuerte–Director
Artemio Villaseñor Panganiban–Independent Director
Ronald W. Haddock–Director Margarito Bustalino Teves–Independent Director
Jose P. de Jesus–Director
Reynaldo G. David–Independent Director

Corporate Social Responsibility

As the country's largest oil refining and marketing company, we continuously aspire to be socially responsible and good
corporate citizens. Thus, we integrate sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs into our business

Through Petron Foundation Inc. (PFI), our CSR arm, we launch and maintain
various initiatives that address national concerns in essential areas such as
education, environment, health and human services, and other advocacies in
partnership with the communities, local and national government units, like-
minded organizations, and our employee-volunteers.

Ultimately, our goal is to contribute to a brighter future for Filipinos by

fueling H.O.P.E. (Helping the Filipino Children and Youth Overcome Poverty
through Education), our flagship program in education.
Uniliver Philippines Inc.
Company Profile

Unilever Philippines, Inc. is the Philippine subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch multinational company, Unilever. It is
based in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig since 2016. It is a manufacturer of laundry detergents and soaps, shampoos and
hair conditioners, toothpastes, deodorants, skin care products, household cleaners, and toilet soaps
with annual sales of over 40 billion pesos. It employs over 1,000 people nationally.
Aside from Unilever Philippines, other Unilever subsidiaries in the country include
Unilever RFM Ice Cream, Inc. (formerly, Selecta Walls, Inc.) and California Manufacturing
Company (Unilever Bestfoods). Unilever Philippines serves as part of Unilever Group N.V. /plc to
produce, manufacture and supervise Unilever brands (like Surf, Close-Up, Clear, among others) in
the Philippine market. To maintain the needs of mass production of most of the products, the
company also imports Unilever products from neighboring countries such as Malaysia,
Indonesia, and Vietnam.

Board Of Directors

Paul Polman – Chief Executive Officer

Graeme Pitkethly – Chief Financial Officer

Benjie Yap– Chairman Unilever Philippines

David Blanchard– Chief R&D Officer

Leena Nair – Chief HR Officer

Marc Engel– Chief Supply Chain Officer

Corporate Social Responsibility

Unilever’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) contributes to the strength of the brands of the consumer goods
business. According to Archie Carroll’s theory, companies have social responsibilities to stakeholders. At the same time,
stakeholders significantly affect business performance. In the case of Unilever, these stakeholders include consumers,
employees, investors, suppliers, and communities. The company’s corporate citizenship and social responsibility strategy
prioritizes these stakeholders according to their importance to the business. As a major firm in the global consumer goods
market, Unilever utilizes its corporate responsibility strategy as a supporting approach to maintaining industry position
and business sustainability.

An effective corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy adds to Unilever’s efforts for a
sustainable business in the consumer goods industry. Stakeholders’ interests are satisfied
through appropriate approaches that ensure holistic corporate citizenship and
responsibility fulfillment.
SM Investments Corp
Company Profile

SM is a leading Philippine company that is invested in market leading businesses in retail, banking and property.
It also invests in ventures that can capture the high growth opportunities in the emerging Philippine economy. It looks for
market leaders or those with potential to become leaders in their chosen sectors that offer synergies and attractive returns
and cashflows.
SM was listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange in 2005, and owns blue-chip listed firms SM Prime
Holdings, BDO Unibank and China Banking Corporation.

Board Of Directors

Chairman Emeritus- Henry Sy, Sr.

Chairman of the Board - Jose T. Sio
Vice Chairperson - Teresita T. Sy-Coson
Vice Chairman - Henry T. Sy, Jr.
Director - Harley T. Sy
President - Frederic C. DyBuncio
Independent Director - Joseph R. Higdon
Independent Director - Tomasa H. Lipana
Independent Director - Alfredo E. Pascual

Corporate Social Responsibility

It is expected of companies to engage in corporate social responsibility, but SM Foundation, Inc. (SMFI) takes a
step further by giving its programs the human touch.

It simply means that SM companies go beyond their institutional missions by empowering the marginalized
sector of society to live a decent life.

More than financial aid, SMFI provides opportunities that help sustain livelihood. This year, more lives have
started to carve a path toward change because of SMFI’s continuous projects.

SMFI empowers the youth through the SM College Scholarship. A dedicated team makes sure that the most
financially challenged but most deserving students get their chance at formal education.

As of today, 1,300 scholar graduates are now working professionals both here and abroad. Half of them
graduated from their respective colleges with Latin honors. Unlike other scholarship grants, SMFI’s college
program does not require scholars to work in any SM company.

Medical and dental missions around the country are made possible through SMFI’s mobile clinics equipped
with X-ray and ECG machines, with volunteer medical and health professionals giving their time and effort to
help underprivileged patients.

Farmers and their families also get to benefit from SMFI’s livelihood programs. This year’s
KabalikatsaKabuhayan Farmers Training Program is now in its final phase, with 483 recipients expected to
graduate in Lucena City, Cagayan de Oro, and Calamba after the 3-month course. Farmers are given technical
skills and know-how training, with free seeds to start them off.
Apple Inc.
Company Profile

Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, that
designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services. Its hardware products include
the iPhone smart phone, the iPad tablet computer, the Mac personal computer, the iPod portable media player, and the
Apple Watch smart watch. Apple's consumer software includes the OS X and iOS operating systems, the iTunes media
player, the Safariweb browser, and the iLife and iWork creativity and productivity suites. Its online services include the
iTunes Store, the iOS App Store and Mac App Store, and iCloud.
Apple was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne on April 1, 1976, to develop and sell
personal computers. It was incorporated as Apple Computer, Inc. on January 3, 1977, and was renamed as Apple Inc. on
January 9, 2007, to reflect its shifted focus toward consumer electronics.

Board Of Directors

Name Current Position

Art Levinson Independent Chairman of the Board
Timothy Cook Chief Executive Officer, Director
Luca Maestri Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
Jeff Williams Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President
Katherine Adams Senior Vice President, General Counsel
Phil Schiller Senior Vice President - Worldwide Marketing
Angela Ahrendts Senior Vice President - Retail
Eddy Cue Senior Vice President - Internet Software and Services
Craig Federighi Senior Vice President - Software Engineering
Daniel Riccio Senior Vice President - Hardware Engineering
Johny Srouji Senior Vice President - Hardware Technologies
James Bell Independent Director
AI Gore Independent Director
Robert Iger Independent Director
Andrea Jung Independent Director
Ronald Sugar Independent Director
Sue Wagner Independent Director

Corporate Social Responsibility

In accordance with Section 135 of the Companies Act, 2013 and the rules promulgated there under (collectively,
the “CSR Requirements”), the Board Of Directors (the “Board”) of Apple India Private Limited (the “Company”) has
adopted this Corporate Social Responsibility Policy (the “CSR Policy”).
CSR Projects and Programmers:
The Company shall undertake specific corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) projects and programmers, as
approved from time to time by the Board in its capacity as the CSR Committee of the Company, within the following
CSR categories:

• Promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocational skills and livelihood
enhancement projects;

• Ensuring environmental sustainability;

• Promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment;

• Promoting healthcare including preventive healthcare;

• Contributing to – or funding – technology incubators located within academic institutions which are approved by the
central government of India from time to time;

• Providing disaster relief under applicable items in Schedule VII of the CSR Requirements;

• Providing financial assistance to reputable on-governmental organizations (“NGOs”) working in any of the above
indicated areas.
Company Profile

Nestle Philippines Incorporated is a large- scale, well-known international food

manufacturing corporation engaged in the manufacture of instant coffee, milk, and ready-to-cook
noodles. It was established in 1983 and is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission
(SEC) and Bureau of Food and Drugs (BFAD). Currently, it has 497 employees and member of
various organizations such as Mindanao Association for Quality, Cagayan de Oro Chamber of
Industries and Personnel Management Association of the Philippines.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Nestle Philippines is committed to helping in community and nation building through programs that help the
underprivileged members of society. Agronomy Assistance Since the 1960's, Nestle Philippines has been helping coffee
farmers in different parts of the country through imparting knowledge on how they can improve their crops. Members of
the company visit these farmers regularly to reinforce among them the importance of good plantation management. By
improving methods in growing coffee, farmers get better yields and eventually help increase the coffee supply in the
Philippines as well as help the farmers increase their income.
Health and Nutrition Nestle is an advocate for good health and proper nutrition. It conducts feeding programs and medical
missions in the areas where it operates.

1. Education and Manpower Development

 Donate-a-Classroom Program
 Technical Skills Scholarship Program
 Academic Linkage Program
2. Community Development
 Cut and Sew Livelihood Project
 Yard and Garden Livelihood Project
 Suklay and Gunting Project
 Misis Kong Trainors Program
 Julius Maggi Kitchen
 Street Illuminations Project
3. Environmental Protection and Preservation
 Nestle Environmental Management
 Solid Waste Management Program
 The Greening the Supply Chain
 Air Emission Testing
4. Program Shift from Corrugated Container to Shrink Film From twin to single sachet Reduced cut-off length
Packaging Source Reduction Program

The company has been very active in corporate social responsibility practice and puts premium on programs on
agriculture, education and manpower development, community development, health and nutrition, and environmental
protection and preservation.
Universal Robina
Company Profile

Universal Robina Corporation (URC) is one of the largest branded

consumer food and beverage product companies in the Philippines and has a
significant and growing presence in the ASEAN markets. URC is among the
Philippines' pioneers in the industry. It has been in operations for over 50 years
since John Gokongwei, Jr. established Universal Corn Products, Inc, a
cornstarch manufacturing plant in Pasig, in 1954.
URC is engaged in a wide range of food-related businesses, including the manufacture and distribution of branded
consumer foods and is also in commodities namely sugar million band refining and flour milling and in Agro industrial
businesses of farms mainly hogs and animal feed milling and related products.
URC is the leading branded snackfoods and beverage company in the Philippines. URC is the first "Philippine
Pan ASEAN Multinational" and has proven itself to be a trailblazer in manufacturing with a strong and loyal consumer
URC has built three strong regional brands over the years; "Jack 'n Jill" for snack foods, "C2" for ready to drink
tea, and "Great Taste" for coffee, with these brands becoming popular across the ASEAN region. URC's key to success is
to build very strong branding through a robust product innovation pipeline, consumer-centric marketing and world-class
manufacturing and supply chain management. URC will continue to transform itself in line with the changing external
dynamics in line with increasing opportunities in Asia and beyond.

Board Of Directors

JOHN GOKONGWEI JR. – Director Chairman FREDERICK D. GO – Director

Emerltus JOHNSON ROBERT G. GO, JR – Director
JAMES L. GO – Director, Chairman WILFRIDO E. SANCHEZ – Director
LANCE Y. GOKONGWEI – Director, President, and ROBERT G. COYUITO, JR – Director
Chief Executive Officer PASCUAL S. GUERZON – Director
PATRICK HENRY C. GO – Director, Vice President

Corporate Social Responsibility

Universal Robina Corporation's (URC) focus is to help improve the quality of life by supporting activities that
contribute to education and youth development. It is because of this advocacy that the company partnered with Dynamic
Teen Company, Inc. (DTC) for one of its philanthropic endeavors. DTC, an organization headed by 2009 CNN Hero
Efren Penaflorida, exists to promote literacy to the disadvantaged by providing them guidance until they progress in their
career and be productive contributors of society. URC has been supporting DTC since 2012 through its participation in
several projects such as the Kariton Revolution, Kantina Kariton, and the sponsorship of the DTC Learning Center.

It all started with the modest kariton (pushcart). Efren Penaflorida's mobile Kariton Klasrum hits the busy streets
with the goal of providing holistic education, health and values initiative for the out-of-school youth. Volunteers park
their kariton filled with learning materials and sanitation supplies on the streets and encourage out-of-school youth to
participate in the classes. Now, the Kariton Revolution has expanded into an alternative classroom program that tackles
the 7 Ks: Karunungan (education), Kabataan (youth), Kalusugan (health), Kapayapaan (peace and order), Kalinangan (arts
and culture), Kalikasan (environment), and Kabuhayan (livelihood).

The Kariton Revolution was brought about by one of its young members, Cris "Kesz" Valdez. Through this event,
DTC celebrates volunteerism and positive change. The event features different activities such as concerts for teachers,
volunteerism themed contests, parade of karitons and motorcades.
URC has been supporting the Kariton Revolution since 2011. Last 2014, URC's newly launched Food Trucks
joined DTC's push for change in the third year of Kariton Revolution. URC's Jack 'n Jill and C2 Cool and Clean food
trucks gave out various treats during the Kariton Karavan (Parade of Pushcarts). The recently launched food trucks along
with a sampling booth also offered snacks and drinks during the event held right after the parade.
San Miguel Purefoods
Company Profile

San Miguel Pure Foods is one of the leading food companies in the Philippines. Its
products and services span across the entire value chain - from animal feeds, fresh
chicken and fresh meats to processed meats, dairy, spreads, oils, biscuits, and coffee and
jelly snacks, making it undoubtedly the most diversified food player in the country
The Company operates a vertically-integrated business model in its meats business ranging from plantations,
breeding, contract growing to processing and marketing of chicken and hogs.
The Company has captured the hearts of millions of Filipinos through products that are good tasting, of superior
quality and adhere to the highest standards of food safety. Its strong brands, which include Magnolia, Purefoods, Tender
Juicy, B-MEG, Monterey, Dari Crème, Star and La Pacita, have been symbols of trust, household names that have been
deeply interwoven in the lives of Filipinos.

Board Of Directors

Eduardo M. Cojuangco, Jr – Chairman Mario C. Garcia –Director

Ramon S. Ang –Vice Chairman Rolando L. Macasaet –Director
Francisco S. Alejo III –President Carmelo L. Santiago –Independent Director
Menardo R. Jimenez –Director Minita V. Chico-Nazario –Independent Director

Corporate Social Responsibility

“To nourish and nurture families worldwide.”

Handog Lusog is San Miguel Pure Foods' flagship Corporate Social Responsibility activity and is a six-
month supplemental feeding program. It's our way of giving back to the communities that have helped us grow.
With our core value identified as malasakit, we make it our mission to share our good fortune with those in
need. Being a food company, our core purpose has been appropriately defined as nourishing and nurturing
families worldwide and we strive to live up to this through Handog Lusog.
While we professionally endeavor to be the best in the industry, we never forget our social responsibility
that is part and p-parcel of what makes us what we are today.
Handog Lusog is a six-month supplemental feeding program for pre-elementary students in different
public schools. Five days a week for the entire six months, we will provide these children a delicious meal that
is equal parts nutritious, affordable, and maintainable. In addition, we will provide them with school bags
containing basic school supplies, namely notebooks, pencil, scissors, and crayons.
We've also included a cooking demo and a nutrition talk for the parents to make sure that what we're
doing can be sustained by the recipients' families' long after we've finished the six months. We don't just want to
give them means they won't be able to sustain once the program is over - we want to prove them a long-term
solution to malnutrition that they can easily maintain on their own.
Robinsons Land Corporation
Company Profile

Robinsons Land Corporation (PSE:RLC), incorporated in 1980, is the real estate arm of JG Summit. It is one of
the leading real estate and property developers in the Philippines. It has a proven track record with over 30 years in the
industry. RLC has a diversified portfolio with core businesses in shopping malls, office buildings, hotels and residential
Robinsons Malls is one of the largest and most successful chains of malls with over 40 shopping malls in the
country. Robinsons Offices is a leading BPO office provider in the country with 13 completed office buildings in Metro
Manila and Cebu. Robinsons Hotels and Resorts has diversified hospitality portfolio under International, Summit and Go
Hotels brands with 15 hotel properties nationwide. Robinsons Residential Division develops residential real estate with
over 100 developments nationwide under four brand segments. Robinsons Luxuria, Robinsons Residences and Robinsons
Communities are residential condominiums mostly located in Metro Manila and Cebu while Robinsons Homes is housing
subdivision developments in the provinces.

Board Of Directors

James L. Go – Chairman Faraday D. Go – General Manager

Lance Y. Gokongwei – Vice Chairman and Chief Arlene G. Magtibay – General Manager
Executive Officer
Corazon L. Ang-Ley – General Manager
Frederick D. Go – President and Chief Operating
Officer Elizabeth Kristine D. Gregorio – General Manager

Corporate Social Responsibility

The Gift of Change (TGOC): Small Change adds Up to Accomplish a Great Deal of Good
The Gift of Change is an annual coin bank campaign which encourages mall shoppers to donate loose change.
Started in 1997, TGOC first turned the Jaime Cardinal Sin Village (JCS Village) of the Serviam Foundation into a model
community through the set-up of a school providing tuition-free education, and the construction of a church and housing
buildings which promoted community-run and personal businesses as well as improved the living conditions of the

Wish upon a Star

Wish Upon a Star was a Christmas campaign where shoppers in select malls sponsored gifts for children
beneficiaries, culminating in a gift-giving event. Beneficiaries included children from Suntown Camp (children with
cancer), the Department of Education (special needs children), the National Commission for Indigenous People, the
Rotary Club of Bacolod City (typhoon Yolanda victims from Cadiz), the barangays in the hinterlands of Dumaguete, the
Oriental Negros Children’s Advocacy network and Rotary Club Central of Iloilo.

Your Pocket Change Can Change Their Lives: Clean Water to Promote Health for All
A 10 peso donation for an eco bag enabled shoppers to contribute to this life-saving project to bring low-cost
clean water technology to communities and reduce the incidence of child mortality. Working with the Vincentian Mission,
Robinsons Malls successfully brought clean water technology to rural and urban poor communities in the Philippines
vulnerable to waterborne diseases.
Coca Cola
Company Profile

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is the world's largest beverage company, refreshing consumers with more
than 500 sparkling and still brands. Led by Coca-Cola, one of the world's most valuable and recognizable brands, our
Company's portfolio features 17 billion-dollar brands including Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Coca-Cola Zero, vitamin
water, Powerade, Minute Maid, Simply, Georgia and Del Valle. Globally, we are the No. 1 provider of sparkling
beverages, ready-to-drink coffees, and juices and juice drinks. Through the world's largest beverage distribution system,
consumers in more than 200 countries enjoy our beverages at a rate of 1.9 billion servings a day. With an enduring
commitment to building sustainable communities, our Company is focused on initiatives that reduce our environmental
footprint, support active, healthy living, create a safe, inclusive work environment for our associates, and enhance the
economic development of the communities where we operate. Together with our bottling partners, we rank among the
world's top 10 private employers with more than 700,000 system associates.

Board Of Directors

Muhtar Kent– Chairman of the Board, The Coca-Cola Company

Sam Nunn – Co-Chairman and Former Chief Executive Officer

James Quincey – President and Chief Executive Officer, the Coca-Cola Company

Corporate Social Responsibility

According to the latest Coca Cola Sustainability Report for 2013/2014 the major CSR programs and engagements
initiated by the company include the following:
Categories of CSR Coca Cola Performance
Educating and During the period of 2012-2013 Coca Cola is mentioned in 26 lists, including the World’s 25
empowering workers Best Multinational Workplaces 2013 compiled by the
Great Place to Work® Institute.
Labor and human rights Company’s Ethics Line channel provides stakeholders an opportunity to inform perceived
violations of Code of Business Conduct, Workplace Rights or any other violations in a secure
and anonymous manner.
In 2013, 44% of workforce in the US was multicultural and 1010 military veterans were hired
during the year.
Health and safety 100 out of 400 new beverage products introduced in 2013 are reduced-, low-, or no calorie.
94% of company-owned facilities comply with Coca Cola Workplace Rights Policy
The rate of lost-time incident decreased in 2013, dropping to a low of 1.9

a) energy consumption Energy efficiency improved by 20% compared to 2004

100 service vans in the US have been converted into efficient hybrid-electric vehicles
Coca Cola has announced a program to reduce carbon footprint by 25% by 2020
Coca Cola has announced its commitment to balance its water usage by 2020. In 2013 the
company has replenished an estimated 68% of the volume of its finished beverages and
returned about 108.5 billion liters of water to communities and the nature.

b) water consumption Efficiency of water usage is improved for 11th year in a row, totaling to 8% improvement since
Other initiatives The company helped economically empowers more than 865,000 women within the scope of
5by20 program in 2014. The program aims to achieve economic empowerment of 5 million
women by the year of 2020.
Coca Cola has supported more than 290 physical activity programs in nearly 125 countries and
territories it operates.

Plant Bottle packaging is developed as an ambitious initiative to develop plastic bottles made
partially from plants.
In the scope of its attempt to engage in responsible marketing Coca Cola does not advertise its
products to children younger than 12 years old. Accordingly, the company does not buy
advertising that directly targets the audience that is more than 35% children under 12.