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Food Manufacturers Take Strides for Health

PepsiCo, Kraft, and others are making strides in reducing trans fats and producing healthier foods to meet consumer demand.

The Pepsi Challenge for packaging projects

At Pepsico Beverages and Foods, the philosophy on procuring packaging equipment revolves around two key concepts: "turnkey" and "replicable."

PepsiCo Stock Hits 32-Year High, but Why?

Decent first quarter but also investment firms buys a big stake.

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2011: PepsiCo Takes the Lead

Our annual report on the food and beverage industry's top companies finds that the biggest news is only one company reported a loss in 2010.

PepsiCo Casa Grande Plant Reaches 'Near Net Zero' for Sustainability

Frito-Lay's Casa Grande, Ariz., plant is nearly self-sustaining in water, heat and electricity.

President Compton leaves PepsiCo for Truck Stops

No. 2 guy and heir-apparent returns to Tennessee; replacements promoted from within.

PepsiCo, WhiteWave Moving in Opposite Directions

The perils of being global were apparent on day three of the Consumer Analysts Group of New York conference.

PepsiCo Launches Brazil Incubator Program

PepsiCo10 Brazil engages entrepreneurs and university students in a search for emerging marketing technologies.

PepsiCo: Ours is a 100 Percent Plant Bottle

PepsiCo's "green" bottle is 100 percent recyclable...but it won't be available till 2012.

Editor's Plate: If Nelson Peltz Ran PepsiCo

Due to a rift in the time-space continuum, we bring you this report from the March 2016 issue of Food Processing.

With Sweetmyx GRAS, PepsiCo Can Lower Sugar

Senomyx filing paves way for use of anticipated flavor modifier.

PepsiCo President Zein Abdalla to Retire

Once considered heir apparent to chairman/CEO roles; no reason given.

PepsiCo Earmarks $5 Billion for Mexico

Five-year spend for capacity expansions, infrastructure.

Target Taps PepsiCo Americas for CEO

Will Brian Cornell's food roots save Target's grocery initiative?

Memo to PepsiCo: Lose the beverages, keep the snacks and buy Mondelez

Peltz's Trian Fund suggests creating world's biggest snack company.

PepsiCo-Muller Joint Venture Yogurt Plant Opens

Muller Quaker Dairy comes on line in Batavia, N.Y.; hoping for LEED certification.

PepsiCo Reduces Sodium by Restructuring Salt

Changing the crystal structure makes more salt dissolve on the tongue.

PepsiCo Partners With Muller Group for a Yogurt Plant

$206 million Batavia, N.Y., facility expected in 2013.

Coke, PepsiCo, Nestle, General Mills Among 'Most Admired'

Annual Fortune magazine-Hay Group list measures investment value to social responsibility.

No Split for PepsiCo

But it was considered, Nooyi tells CNBC.

PepsiCo Plans 3,300 Layoffs, Six Plant Closings

Disappointing performance and 'continued weakness in the U.S. liquid refreshment beverage category' cited

Campbell, Danone, Kraft, Mars and PepsiCo agree to improve school snacks

Five months after forging an agreement limiting the sale of sodas in schools, former President Bill Clinton and the American Heart Assn. announced a deal in October with five major food companies to make school snacks healthier.

PepsiCo. Tries to Answer Carbon Footprint Question

One major beverage manufacturer sets out to determine the carbon footprint of its product.

PepsiCo takes top spot in global warming battle

When the EPA's quarterly list of the 25 greenest energy users is released today, the soft drink and snack food giant will be sitting at the very top.

PepsiCo Inc.

PepsiCo, based in Purchase, NY, is a food and beverage company that owns American brands such as Frito-Lay, Quaker Foods and Tropicana.

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