"The next five years will be some of our best five years," Quincey told TheStreet. "We have made all these changes to reset ourselves as a consumer-driven, asset-light company and we are going to be driving top line growth - so I think it will be a very good period for Coca-Cola, the bottlers, the employees and ultimately, for shareholders."
Quincey, who took over as CEO in May 2017, is off to a good start on making that promise a reality.
Coke's fourth-quarter earnings beat Wall Street's profit forecasts by 1 cent, fueled by momentum in the water and tea categories. Profit also was boosted by Coca-Cola's cost-cutting efforts and move to divest its bottling operations.
Organic sales increased 6% from the prior year. For 2018, Coke said it sees organic revenue rising 4%, with earnings gaining as much as 10%.
Watch TheStreet's full interview with Quincey below.