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PepsiCo’s New Conservation Projects Help Mitigate Water Risk in Southwest

PepsiCo’s New Conservation Projects Help Mitigate Water Risk in Southwest

In-depth: PepsiCo has taken a major step toward its water conservation goal with a new project in the Southwestern that helps manage watersheds in high-risk areas. With such projects, the company is actively facing risks related to climate change. Other companies? Maybe not so much…

Super Bowl Zero-Waste Rush2Recycle Program Results Are In

Super Bowl Zero-Waste Rush2Recycle Program Results Are In

The 2018 Super Bowl debuted a collaborative effort called Rush2Recycle that targeted zero waste at US Bank Stadium in Minnesota. NFL, PepsiCo, Aramark, US Bank Stadium, and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority hoped to recover at least 90% of the waste generated on gameday. Now the results are in, and … Read more »

Super Bowl Project to Score Zero Waste on Gameday – Here’s How

Super Bowl Project to Score Zero Waste on Gameday – Here’s How

Super Bowl LII on Sunday will debut a collaborative effort aiming for zero waste at US Bank Stadium in Minnesota. Called Rush2Recycle, the project is a partnership among the NFL, PepsiCo, Aramark, US Bank Stadium, and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority to recover more than 90% of the waste generated … Read more »

PepsiCo Now Traces 90% of Palm Oil Back to the Mill to Ensure Future Supply

PepsiCo Now Traces 90% of Palm Oil Back to the Mill to Ensure Future Supply

Making food systems more sustainable – and thus ensuring a steady supply of the products necessary to food production – is a key factor in the ongoing financial success of food manufacturers, and an issue that is proving that sustainability is an important aspect of an overall business strategy. But … Read more »

PepsiCo, Seeking to Close Recycling Gap, Pledges Support to Nonprofit Partnership

PepsiCo, Seeking to Close Recycling Gap, Pledges Support to Nonprofit Partnership

While CPG companies have increasingly been focusing on improving the recyclability of their packaging, that alone is not enough to move the needle and boost recycling rates in the US. Strong cross-sector partnerships between private companies, industry organizations and associations, nonprofit groups, NGOs and other groups committed to sustainability may be necessary in order to … Read more »

PepsiCo’s the Latest Voice in the Loud Sustainable Packaging Conversation

PepsiCo’s the Latest Voice in the Loud Sustainable Packaging Conversation

PepsiCo is the latest CPG company touting its commitment to reduce packaging waste, having announced that it has joined the New Plastics Economy initiative as a “core partner.” The initiative, launched in London in May 2016, brings together industry, government, NGOs and others to build a more sustainable global plastics value chain. Other core partners … Read more »

Are Beverage Giants Doing Enough to Reduce Plastic Waste?

Are Beverage Giants Doing Enough to Reduce Plastic Waste?

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Danone and Nestlé have recently taken steps to use more recycled and biobased plastic in their bottles and packaging. But according to a Greenpeace UK survey, the top global soft drink brands aren’t doing enough.

Food, Agriculture Companies’ Environmental Management Efforts Are Increasing Production and Profits

Food, Agriculture Companies’ Environmental Management Efforts Are Increasing Production and Profits

Commodity crop production in the US continues to demonstrate improved environmental outcomes in energy use efficiency, irrigation water use efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions, land use efficiency and soil conservation, according to a Field to Market report.

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