PepsiCo Inc. (NASDAQ:PEP) today announced a new target to source 100% renewable electricity across all of its company owned and controlled operations globally by 2030 and across its entire franchise and third-party operations by 2040.
PepsiCo is pivoting to meet consumer demand online with the launch of two new ecommerce platforms — snacks.com and pantryshop.com. The two storefronts will allow the company to give consumers easy access to the familiar and “comforting” brands they are seeking out during the Covid-19 pandemic, said Gibu Thomas, SVP and head of ecommerce for PepsiCo.
As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be felt across the country, the food and beverage industry is stepping up to give back to those directly impacted by the crisis. In this roundup, we look at the efforts brands are taking to support children reliant on school-provided meals, healthcare workers on the front lines and their own distribution partners.
As efforts accelerate worldwide to provide relief from the ravages of COVID-19, PepsiCo, Inc. and The PepsiCo Foundation has announced a more than $45 million initiative focused on helping people and communities most affected by this devastating virus.
As the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic continue to ripple across all facets of economic and social life, even the most reliable of blue-chip beverage corporations are having to adapt to new realities.
PepsiCo announced today an agreement to acquire energy drink brand Rockstar for $3.85 billion, a move that puts the food and beverage giant in position to compete with its rivals head-on for dominance in the rapidly growing energy set.
Ahead of Super Bowl LIV in Miami this weekend, here’s a quick look at some of the beverage brands hoping to make a splash on Sunday, including a pair of star-powered spots for Coca Cola Energy and MTN DEW Zero Sugar, as well as Hint's big game ad debut.
PepsiCo is on track to achieve 100% renewable electricity for its direct U.S. operations this year as part of the company’s push to cut its global emissions by 20%, Fast Company reported last week. The company’s U.S. manufacturing sites comprise half of its global electricity consumption.
With the new year officially here and everyone vowing to restrictive resolutions, Pepsi wants to usher in the new decade a bit differently - by encouraging consumers to unapologetically do what they enjoy, even in the face of others' judgement.