PepsiCo

PepsiCo Argentina closes Buenos Aires plant and relocates cookies, snacks & soft drinks production

Workers are disappointed in PepsiCo's decision to close a plant in Buenos Aires province. Picture: STIA.

PepsiCo Argentina has closed a plant, which produces cookies, snacks and soft drinks, in Florida, Buenos Aires province, and moved production to Mar del Plata, a five-hour drive away, axing 691 jobs.

While the RTD market is growing, the dominance of Gold Peak and Pure Leaf has made it difficult for smaller brands to compete. Photo: Pepsi and Coca-Cola

Opportunities for tea: RTD, Millennials, and office services

©iStock/Gajus

Eight companies chosen for PepsiCo Nutrition Greenhouse

© iStock

GST will ‘make food cheaper’, but drinks firms brace for price rises

Photo: iStock/Merydolla

PepsiCo pledges less sugar, sodium in global product portfolio by 2025

Pepsi Fire will be in US stores for eight weeks from May 22

Pepsi launches Pepsi Fire: Cola with a cinnamon twist

The consumer recall applies to only certain plastic bottles of the original PepsiCola soda. ©iStock/choness

PepsiCo issues soda recall in Michigan due to metal contamination from equipment malfunction

Pic:iStock

What's hitting the shelves? New product launches: April 2017

Nestlé Waters North America joins how2Recycle. Picture: How2Recycle.

Nestlé Waters North America joins How2Recycle

The two major glycosides found in the leaves are stevioside and rebaudioside A. Both taste approximately 200–300 times sweeter than sucrose.©iStock/Heike Rau

New insights reveal how stevia controls blood sugar levels

More PepsiCo