Coca-Cola says it’s raising soda prices after Trump tariffs



Emily Birnbaum | The Hill

Coca-Cola Company on Wednesday said they will raise the price of their signature sodas this year in part because of the financial strain caused by President Trump‘s tariffs. Coca-Cola’s Chief Executive James Quincey told the Wall Street Journal that they are stepping up prices in response to the rising costs of delivery and metal prices after the U.S. slapped $50 billion duties on Chinese products earlier this year. Read more here.