The Central Bottling Company - CBC (Coca Cola Israel)
החברה המרכזית ליצור משקאות קלים (קוקה קולה ישראל)

Head office: HaRav Kahanman 129, Bnei Brak 5155366, Israel Tel: +972-36712222 |

A large private Israeli manufacturer and distributor of soft drinks, dairy products and alcoholic beverages. CBC began its operation in 1967, upon receiving the Israeli franchise of Coca Cola products from Coca Cola International. The company operates one of Coca-Cola’s largest bottling facilities worldwide and has grown into a group of companies which controls 40% of the Israeli beverage market and has a clear monopoly in the local coke sector.

Through its fully owned subsidiary – The Central Company for Sales and Distribution, CBC operates a regional distribution center in the Atarot settlement industrial zone. The Atarot distribution center is responsible for marketing the company’s beverages to the Palestinian population of East Jerusalem. Simultaneously, the Palestinian franchisee – The National Beverages Company (NBC) is denied access to East Jerusalem, which therefore constitutes a captive market for the Israeli distributor.

In 2006, CBC purchased Tabor Winery – an Israeli winery that sources grapes from vineyards in the occupied Syrian Golan.


Privately owned by the Wertheim family.

CEO: Harel Haikin


Milco Industries (Tara) (100%), International Beer Breweries (85%), IBBL Spirits (85%), Tabor Winery (85%)


The company sells and distributes the following brands: Tara, Zuriel Dairy Farm, Muller, Coca-Cola, Neviot, Tabor, Tuborg, Carlsberg, Somersby Cider, IBBL, Smirnoff, Sprite, Weihenstephan, Guinness, Kinley, Powerade

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