PepsiCo Recycling announced the introduction of PepsiCo BottleLoop, a new program offering easy and accessible recycling to PepsiCo customers to address logistical challenges and reduce plastic packaging waste.
Non-alcohol Neon Zebra launches in March in 4 cocktail-inspired flavors
February 25, 2021
PepsiCo, Purchase, N.Y., is shaking up the cocktail mixer category with the launch of Neon Zebra, a new line of non-alcohol cocktail mixers with a vibrant personality that offers a shortcut to great-tasting-cocktails in seconds, it says.
Water, fruit juice hybrid beverage available nationwide in 3 flavors
February 23, 2021
PepsiCo, Purchase, N.Y., released one of its newest product innovations: Frutly, a hydrating juice water designed with teens in mind. A newcomer to the juice aisle, Frutly is made with water, fruit juice and electrolytes for taste to provide flavorful hydration and a good source of vitamins C and E, the company says.
Mtn Dew and Burton Snowboards recently announced One World, a partnership surrounding the One World project that features a full-length feature film and a limited-edition collection of goods created with rPET Polartec and 12 episodes of digital content celebrating the love of snowboarding, the environment, and the desire to discover what's next, the brands say.
Dig In aims to generate at least $100 million in sales for Black-owned restaurants
January 4, 2021
Recognizing the diverse range of delicious food, rich history and culture that Black-owned restaurants contribute to the American experience, Pepsi, a brand in Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo, introduced Dig In. The consumer-facing, multi-year platform is a rallying call for people to double down on supporting Black-owned restaurants.
Initial projects of Every Bottle Back aid Texas, Oklahoma and Wisconsin recycling infrastructure
October 29, 2020
The American Beverage Association (ABA), Washington, D.C., announced that the effort by America’s leading beverage companies to boost the recycling of plastic bottles saw the initiation of modernization projects in Texas, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. These projects will help more than 349,000 households recycle nearly 38 million new pounds of PET plastic over 10 years for remaking into new bottles, it adds.