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PepsiCo to rebalance push on lower calorie beverages

PepsiCo to rebalance push on lower calorie beverages

By Rachel Arthur

PepsiCo says its focus on introducing new lower calorie beverages in the US this summer has come at the expense of its core Pepsi and Mountain Dew brands: with the company now pledging to step up marketing, shelf space, and low/no calorie options for...

Bernstein: Is PepsiCo at the top of Kraft Heinz’s shopping list?

Is PepsiCo at the top of Kraft Heinz’s shopping list?

By Elaine Watson

Kraft Heinz was recently rebuffed by Unilever, but is widely rumored to be eyeing up other acquisitions. But would a marriage with PepsiCo, one of several potential targets rumored to be on the shopping list, be a match made in heaven?

Supporters of the Berkeley ballot insist the tax could help fund $54m worth of nutrition, physical activity and health programs (Image: Miran Rijavec/Flickr)

GOLDEN STATE ROW ESCALATES AS NOVEMBER 4 BALLOTS APPROACH

PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi slams ‘discriminatory’ soda tax proposals

By Ben BOUCKLEY

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi has attacked November ballots in San Francisco and Berkeley that will ask city residents to approve increased taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages and sweeteners used to sweeten such drinks.

IRI: 'Smaller manufacturers are really taking a slice of growth away from big manufacturers'

Why is bigger no longer better in the CPG marketplace?

By Elaine WATSON

Does size matter? Yes, but bigger does not necessarily mean better if you’re in the US consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, according to a new analysis from Boston Consulting Group and IRI.

Sweet PepsiCo impasse delays beverage review until 2014

DISPATCHES FROM CAGNY, FLorida 2013

Sweet PepsiCo impasse delays beverage review until 2014

By Ben BOUCKLEY

PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston tells analysts the firm believes its new sweetener innovations will be 'more evolutionary than revolutionary' and that work in this direction has delayed a beverage business review until 2014.

How Coke and Pepsi plan to grow in the recession

How Coke and Pepsi plan to grow in the recession

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 beverage analyst James Tonkin.

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