PepsiCo: CSR & Sustainability News

PepsiCo Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Purchase, New York, United States, with interests in the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of grain-based snack foods, beverages, and other products. PepsiCo was formed in 1965 with the merger of the Pepsi-Cola Company and Frito-Lay, Inc.

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Feds Help Large Fleets Clean Up Their Act. What About the Little Fleets?

A new federal initiative called the National Clean Fleets Partnership has set an ambitious goal to slice 2.5 billion gallons of petroleum usage…
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Pressing Starbucks to Follow Through on Recycling Commitments

By Conrad MacKerron, Senior Program Director, As You Sow How would you feel if a company publicly promised to reduce reliance on disposable…
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Providing Three Million People with Access to Safe Water by 2015

By Dan Bena, Director of Sustainable Development, PepsiCo Fifteen seconds. That’s how often a child dies from a water-related illness.  Think of how…
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Pepsi’s New 100% Plant Based Bottle: Too Good to Keep to Itself?

We all know that the amount of plastic generated by the manufacture and consumption of beverages constitutes a huge use of resources. Coca…
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PepsiCo Improves Products, Stabilizes Communities and Helps the Environment

PepsiCo was looking for a way to improve the nutritional quality of the snacks it offers. Its solution will improve the economy of a…
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Brands Court the Considerable Influence of Mommy Bloggers

Brands are well-aware that women make 85% of consumer purchasing decisions. Moms, in particular, are targeted by companies wanting them to spend their family…
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What a Waste! PepsiCo Cuts Trash-to-Landfill by 88 Percent

Snack food giant PepsiCo has its share of critics for what they see as its role mankind’s obesity issues, particularly in kids. But…
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How Frito-Lay Can Take Their Compostable Packaging Failure Out of the Dumps

Can failed environmentally-friendly innovations, especially when at the hands of highly visible players, push the sustainability movement two steps back instead of two…

PepsiCo and Waste Management: On the Go Recycling

Ed Note: The following is a non-sponsored guest post by Wes Muir for Waste Management. We enjoy having corporate voices on to the…

PepsiCo UK Aims to Recycle Water from Potatoes in its Crisp Factories

Water is becoming the new carbon.  A few years ago, the green business community was focused on carbon offsets, carbon markets, and of…

Will “Company Gardens” Catch On? What Can They Influence?

PSFK pointed me to a great article in the NYtimes from last month entitled “The Rise of Company Gardens.” At corporate office parks…

PepsiCo: The Journey of Sustainability

Editor’s Note: The following is a non-sponsored guest post by Olivier Weber, president of PepsiCo’s South America Foods division. We enjoy periodically bringing…

The Sodium Wars: Is Designer Salt an Answer?

Salt is the latest battle in the quest to turn around Americans’ appalling health statistics.  New York, which led the nation with its…

PepsiCo Wants to Make Tropicana Orange Juice Greener

Earlier today, PepsiCo announced that it is launching a new pilot program to reduce the carbon footprint of its Tropicana Pure Premium orange…

New SunChips Bag: 90% Plant-based, 100% Compostable

Frito Lay Canada (a division of PepsiCo) will roll out the world’s first 100% compostable chip bag in Canadian retail outlets beginning in…