Food and beverage behemoth PepsiCo pledges to cut fat, salt and sugar across key global brands over the next ten years as demand for health-positioned products gains momentum and the...
PepsiCo has agreed to set up a ‘Chinese wall’ to ensure that the acquisition of its two largest bottlers does not jeopardise competition with rival Dr Pepper Snapple.
Unlike Coca-Cola which has recently introduced a mini can in the US to encourage healthier drinking habits, Britvic and PepsiCo are increasing their bottle sizes in the UK for the...
The Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG), which is being bought out by PepsiCo, has published flat full year sales figures as volumes declined sharply in Europe and Mexico.
PepsiCo is opening a new research laboratory in New Haven to help “fundamentally improve” the nutritional portfolio of its products.
The European Commission has cleared PepsiCo’s acquisition of one of its bottlers PepsiAmericas.
PepsiCo and Ocean Spray have added more single-serve juices and juice drinks to their three year-old sales and distribution agreement.
PepsiCo has created a new bottling company called PepsiCo Bottling North America (PBNA) following the acquisition of its two biggest bottlers.
Coca-Cola has invested in coconut water company Zico only a couple of weeks after Pepsi-Co acquired Amacoco, a Brazilian maker of coconut drinks.
Beverage giant PepsiCo is to acquire Brazil’s leading coconut water company, as part of a bid to transform its beverage portfolio towards more healthful products.
PepsiCo Inc has agreed the takeover of two of its bottle makers in a deal worth $7.8bn that will see the consolidation of 80 per cent of its North American...
International sales have bolstered the second quarter performance of both Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, indicating that there still fizz in the soft drink market.
Beverage and food giant PepsiCo has pledged to invest $1bn in China and has opened its first eco-friendly plant in the western city of Chongqing.
PepsiCo’s failed attempt to acquire outstanding shares in two of its bottling groups could be heading to court after it filed suit against one of the parties it alleges kept...
The two beverage giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo will be driving their brands forward rather than shrinking back in the years ahead, treating the recession as a period for growth, says...
PepsiCo has tabled a move to purchase two of its largest global bottling companies as part of plans to streamline and strengthen distribution of its products in markets like North...
All natural refrigeration systems in Pepsi-Cola vending machines will be trialed this month in Washington DC, as the company seeks to reduce its environmental footprint.
PepsiCo’s energy efficiency initiatives have resulted in a massive reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, and slashed the firm’s costs by $90m last year alone.
“The new cartons stink.” Customer responses to new product developments seldom come clearer or more direct than that.
This week, PepsiCo is reportedly India bound to boost its beverage sales, Refresco looks to expand into European juice making and a beer with a Viking heritage comes into trouble...
PepsiCo has beefed up its presence in the European functional waters market by acquiring three-year-old UK start-up V Water for an undisclosed fee.
This week, PepsiAmericas reports profit success following developments in emerging markets, Adnams launches a green beer in the UK, and InnoBev US forum plans to open its doors.
PepsiCo says that its hopes to jump-start its manufacturing presence in the high growth soft drink markets of Eastern Europe and Siberia with the acquisition of local group Sobol.
This week, Diageo's Korean operations receive a boost, PepsiCo may look to improve ingredient sourcing for its Indian operations, and Cott hopes to maintain shelf space at Wal-Mart's US stores.
Full year sales were up seven per cent for the Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG) to $13.5bn, with the company expecting further growth ahead in 2008.