A stark reminder of corporate responsibility in plastic pollution
Brand-owner PepsiCo says the different way men and women eat chips is the driving force behind creating new chip products for the female market.
PAC Packaging Consortium brings back its two-day packaging industry event to Montreal.
Event organized by Toronto-based Generis Group.
Brand Finance estimates the potential value loss to businesses at close to US$300 billion if plain packaging is extended to the beverage industry, noting that The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo would each lose approximately $45 billion or 25 percent of enterprise value.
Winners demonstrate major advancements in packaging technology.
The New Plastics Economy brings together interested parties in creating a more sustainable global plastics value chain.
USDA and EPA announce list of 15 American businesses pledging to reduce their food waste and food loss by 50 percent by 2030.
Steering Committee Paragon aims to share ideas, data and insights to address key global challenges.
Pepsi and Vogue Italia showcase ‘Pulse of New Talent’ collection and celebrate the works of 10 global emerging fashion designers.
Consumer convenience rates high marks for 26th DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation.
Pepsi Next, a naturally-sweetened cola comes with 30 percent less sugar.
Doritos new harmonized packaging a tasty treat outside and inside.
Who owns the rights to bio-based multi-layer films? How about a collaboration.
Kellogg’s pops top on deal to purchase the Pringles potato chip brand from P&G.
Brand-owners combine social media tools with engaging packaging to connect with consumers.
It is surprising how relatively few Canadian-based companies manage to pull it off on a daily basis with the level of skill, aplomb and reward that has enabled PepsiCo Foods Canada to become the country’s runaway leader in the fiercely competitive snack-food market in last decade under the thoughtful and energetic leadership of president Marc Guay.
New bottle from Pepsico is world’s first 100 percent plant-based and renewably-sourced PET.
Amongst the hoopla that is the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, February 10-17, 2011, Diet Pepsi revealed a news look for its iconic brand in the form of a new skinny can that is every bit as long and lean as the models parading about the New York event.
It may have taken them awhile, but it was recently announced that PepsiCo, one of the world’s largest food and beverage companies, that it plans to invest US$1-billion in Russia over three years, with its partner The Pepsi Bottling Group…