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.
PepsiCo has announced the launch of its second PepsiCo Greenhouse program in North America, an innovation initiative designed to support emerging entrepreneurs and brands in the food and beverage industry.
Bravo six, going dark. MTN DEW, MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL and DORITOS today are joining forces with Activision's celebrated Call of Duty franchise, in time for the highly anticipated release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
PepsiCo today announced a new strategic partnership with JetBlue. Recently, the two iconic brands joined forces to refresh JetBlue’s onboard travel experience, bringing a range of PepsiCo carbonated soft drinks and non-carbonated beverages to the skies.
PepsiCo exceeded analysts’ expectations in its second quarter earnings report, released today, delivering solid topline growth amid a product innovation wave. Organic revenue for the entire company grew 4.5% during the quarter for a total net revenue of $16.4 billion.
This summer, Brisk, the iced tea known for its powerhouse flavors and blockbuster match-ups, is partnering with Universal Pictures for this summer’s release of “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw,” (in theaters August 2), starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.
PepsiCo, Inc. has announced that LIFEWTR will be packaged in 100% rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate), and bubly will no longer be packaged in plastic. The company's AQUAFINA water brand will also offer aluminum can packaging in U.S. food service outlets, while the brand tests the move in retail.