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Soft drinks industry to stop selling sugary drinks in EU secondary schools

The European soft drinks industry will voluntarily cease sales of drinks with added sugars to secondary schools in the European Union, industry association UNESDA announced today. 

Sugarcane supply chain: Industry urged to address forced labour issues

Mondelēz and Archer Daniels Midland are among a number of food and beverage companies making ‘limited’ efforts to understand and assess forced labour risks in their sugarcane supply chains at the...

AMP Energy launches organic energy drinks answering consumer call for simpler ingredients

PepsiCo-owned AMP Energy has launched a line of USDA-certified organic energy drinks aimed at meeting millennial consumers’ desire for products made with simpler and organic ingredients that provide on-the-go energy.

PepsiCo Foundation donates $1m to Hurricane Harvey relief fund

PepsiCo and the PepsiCo Foundation has donated $1m to the Hurricane Harvey relief fund.

Beverage giants pledge to limit sugar content of drinks in Singapore

Major drinks companies in Singapore - including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Nestlé - have agreed to limit the sugar content of their drinks, committing to a maximum sugar content of 12%...

Sweetener combos in food result in irrational metabolic response: Yale study

A greater metabolic response to a sweet-tasting, lower-calorie drink could explain the link between artificial sweetener use and diabetes, according to Yale University scientists.

Guest article

Health-conscious millennials turn to zero-calorie drinks

'As consumer tastes change and people become more health conscious, brands need to think of innovative ways to remain attractive to buyers. 

PepsiCo seeks to patent ‘biological method for preparing Reb M’

PepsiCo is seeking to patent a technique of producing the sugary-tasting steviol glycoside Reb M via an enzymatic method that delivers "higher purity at a lower cost.” 

PepsiCo goes one step further to improve recycling rates across the US

PepsiCo has joined The Recycling Partnership to address a continued shortfall in US recycling rates. 

PepsiCo Argentina closes Buenos Aires plant and relocates cookies, snacks & soft drinks production

PepsiCo Argentina has closed a plant, which produces cookies, snacks and soft drinks, in Florida, Buenos Aires province, and moved production to Mar del Plata, a five-hour drive away, axing...

World Tea Expo 2017

Opportunities for tea: RTD, Millennials, and office services

US consumers are trading up in tea due to increased competition and raised awareness, especially in the at-home tea drinking space, says a consultant.

Eight companies chosen for PepsiCo Nutrition Greenhouse

PepsiCo announced today the eight European nutrition start-ups it has chosen for the first Nutrition Greenhouse programme, offering one winning company €100,000.

South Asia radius

GST will ‘make food cheaper’, but drinks firms brace for price rises

Most food items will be cheaper with the introduction of GST on July 1, according to Harsimrat Kaur Badal, though drinks manufacturers are looking at increases of up to 10%...

PepsiCo pledges less sugar, sodium in global product portfolio by 2025

Through a collaboration with non-profit Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA), PepsiCo has unveiled plans to “transform its product portfolio and offer healthier options” by 2025.

News in brief

Pepsi launches Pepsi Fire: Cola with a cinnamon twist

Pepsi has launched its latest limited edition drink, Pepsi Fire, which is described as ‘a refreshing cola with a cinnamon flavored twist’. 

NEWS IN BRIEF

PepsiCo issues soda recall in Michigan due to metal contamination from equipment malfunction

PepsiCo and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) have issued a recall of specific 16.9 ounce Pepsi soda due to metal contamination after consumers reported a “metallic taste.”

New beverage launches April 2017

What's hitting the shelves? New product launches: April 2017

From Gatorade's electrolyte water to alcoholic tea, we take a look at some of the new products hitting the shelves around the globe. 

Nestlé Waters North America joins How2Recycle

Nestlé Waters North America, Campbell Soup Company and Unilever have joined How2Recycle as PepsiCo plans to roll-out more products with the label.

New insights reveal how stevia controls blood sugar levels

How stevia controls blood sugar levels has remained a mystery until now as researchers think they have unravelled the natural, no-calorie sweetener's action that results in its observed health benefits.

‘We have a tremendous opportunity to use our global scale to influence positive change’

PepsiCo launches Nutrition Greenhouse incubator: ‘The latest food innovation is coming from both big & small players’

PepsiCo has launched an incubator programme to help nurture the ‘best and brightest’ entrepreneurs in the nutrition, health and wellness sectors. Eight ‘breakthrough brands’ will benefit from a €25,000 ($26,500)...

A Tale of Two Campaigns: What food and beverage marketers can learn from Pepsi’s mishap

Whether you work in the food and beverage industry or not, by now you must’ve heard the uproar caused by Pepsi’s now taken-down ad featuring teen model (and ‘Kardashian’) Kendall...

Pepsi pulls Kendall Jenner ad, admitting it ‘missed the mark’

Pepsi has pulled its controversial Kendall Jenner ad after a widespread backlash in the media and social media. 

What's hitting the shelves? Heineken zero alcohol, SodaStream infusions & Baileys Almondmilk

From SodaStream's herb infusions to low calorie craft sodas, we take a look at some of the new products hitting the shelves around the globe. 

‘Modernized soft drinks’: PepsiCo launches IZZE Fusions & Lemon Lemon

PepsiCo says it is eyeing up the ‘next generation’ of soda – which it describes as ‘modernized soft drinks with bubbles, unique flavors and lower calorie counts’ – as it...

PepsiCo, Coke India secure minor victory as Tamil protests rage on

The world’s biggest softs drinks companies were given some respite this week from a furious protest against their products in Tamil Nadu when the state high court overturned a ban...

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