J.A. Hart founder of Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe
History of Coca-Cola in New Mexico
Coca-Cola Santa Fe in 1925
Coca Cola consumers in northern New Mexico
1933 Santa Fe Coca Cola delivery truck
Employees of Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe
Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe Employees 1933
Coca-Cola delivery trucks in northern New Mexico
Coca Cola Santa Fe remains a family business
Coca-Cola celebrates 125th birthday in New Mexico
Coca Cola bottling and distribution in Santa Fe 1950


Working for Coca-Cola of Santa Fe
Employees at Coca-Cola Santa Fe celebrate 125th birthday of Coke


We believe that each employee contributes directly to Coca-Cola’s growth and success. If you are interested in applying for an open position, please review the links below:

Northern New Mexico's Largest Private Employer

Since our Company was formed in 1919 by J.A. Hart, we have experienced tremendous growth and change. We started with an old frame building on Montezuma Street and the Santa Fe Railroad Tracks. At that time, Coca-Cola and 14 other flavors were produced on a foot-powered machine and the capper worked by hand crank. Bottles were also washed by hand.

We expanded into larger facilities in 1925, in 1939, in 1952, and into our current facility in 1967. As our company grew, we also built a fine reputation in the communities we served. We achieved this growth and our good through the hard work of all our employees and we know you will want to help us maintain these achievements.