Did you know that there are a lot of ways to invest in Coca Cola stocks? There are several Coca Cola bottlers, both within the United States and all over the world, most of which trade on the stock exchanges here. The nice feature about these stocks is that they all pay a dividend.
Coca Cola (NYSE:KO) pays a decent yield of 2.6% and has increased dividends in each of the last 45 years. This is the famous company that got all the others started. It is one of the largest manufacturers, distributors, and marketers of nonalcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups in the world.
Coca Cola Amatil (OTCPK:CCLAY) is the Coca Cola bottler for Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, including New Zealand, Fiji, South Korea, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Its yield is 2.2%.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated (NASDAQ:COKE) which yields 1.8%, primarily distributes and markets The Coca-Cola Company's carbonated and non-carbonated beverages. It distributes these products in North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Florida.
Coca Cola Enterprises (NYSE:CCE) has a dividend rate of 1.0%. It distributes Coca-Cola classic, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dasani, Fanta, Schweppes, and caffeine free Diet Coke. It distributes these in North America, Great Britain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Monaco.
Coca Cola Femsa SA (NYSE:KOF) is a distributor of Coca Cola products in Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, and Brazil. It pays a small dividend of 1%.
Coca-Cola Hellen ADS (CCH) is a company based in Athens, Greece. It is the distributor of Coca Cola products in Europe. Its yield is 0.8%.
Embotell Andina SA (AKO-A) is based in Santiago, Chile, and pays a dividend of 0.6%. It is a distributor of Coca-Cola products in Chile, Brazil, and Argentina.
Disclosure: The author owns KO, KOF and CCLAY.PK.