1. CompanyPepsiCo is a world leader in convenient snacks, foods and beverages. Learn more about ourbrand, our company, and our people. 1. Solid Philosophy, Solid Company Creating a Better Tomorrow for Future Generations 2. Our Mission and Vision At PepsiCo, we believe being a responsible corporate citizen is not only the right thing to do, but the right thing to do for our business. 3. PepsiCo Values & Philosophy Our Values & Philosophy are a reflection of the socially and environmentally responsible company we aspire to be. They are the foundation for every business decision we make. 4. Corporate Governance PepsiCo has adopted strict corporate standards that govern our operations and ensures accountability for our actions. Learn more about the processes and policies guiding our business.
2. 1. Company 1. Our Mission and Vision 2. PepsiCo Values & Philosophy 3. The PepsiCo Family 4. Our Brands 5. Our Leadership 6. Board of Directors and Committees 7. Corporate Governance 8. Worldwide Code of Conduct 9. Speak Up 10. Corporate Officers 11. Principal Business Units 12. Our HistoryOur Mission and VisionAt PepsiCo, we believe being a responsible corporate citizen is not only the right thing to do, butthe right thing to do for our business.Our MissionOur mission is to be the worlds premier consumer products company focused on convenientfoods and beverages. We seek to produce financial rewards to investors as we provideopportunities for growth and enrichment to our employees, our business partners and the
3. communities in which we operate. And in everything we do, we strive for honesty, fairness andintegrity.Our Vision"PepsiCos responsibility is to continually improve all aspects of the world in which we operate -environment, social, economic - creating a better tomorrow than today."Our vision is put into action through programs and a focus on environmental stewardship,activities to benefit society, and a commitment to build shareholder value by making PepsiCo atruly sustainable company.Performance with PurposeAt PepsiCo, were committed to achieving business and financial success while leaving a positiveimprint on society - delivering what we call Performance with Purpose.Our approach to superior financial performance is straightforward - drive shareholder value. Byaddressing social and environmental issues, we also deliver on our purpose agenda, whichconsists of human, environmental, and talent sustainability.
4. PepsiCo Values & PhilosophyOur Values & Philosophy are a reflection of the socially and environmentally responsiblecompany we aspire to be. They are the foundation for every business decision we make.Our CommitmentWe are committed to delivering sustained growth through empowered people acting responsiblyand building trust.What It MeansSustained Growth is fundamental to motivating and measuring our success. Our quest forsustained growth stimulates innovation, places a value on results, and helps us understandwhether todays actions will contribute to our future. It is about the growth of people andcompany performance. It prioritizes both making a difference and getting things done.Empowered People means we have the freedom to act and think in ways that we feel will getthe job done, while adhering to processes that ensure proper governance and being mindful ofcompany needs beyond our own.Responsibility and Trust form the foundation for healthy growth. We hold ourselves bothpersonally and corporately accountable for everything we do. We must earn the confidenceothers place in us as individuals and as a company. By acting as good stewards of the resourcesentrusted to us, we strengthen that trust by walking the talk and following through on ourcommitment to succeeding together.
5. Guiding PrinciplesWe uphold our commitment with six guiding principles.We must always strive to: 1. Care for our customers, our consumers and the world we live in. We are driven by the intense, competitive spirit of the marketplace, but we direct this spirit toward solutions that benefit both our company and our constituents. Our success depends on a thorough understanding of our customers, consumers and communities. To foster this spirit of generosity, we go the extra mile to show we care. 2. Sell only products we can be proud of. The true test of our standards is our own ability to consume and personally endorse the products we sell. Without reservation. Our confidence helps ensure the quality of our products, from the moment we purchase ingredients to the moment it reaches the consumers hand. 3. Speak with truth and candor. We tell the whole story, not just whats convenient to our individual goals. In addition to being clear, honest and accurate, we are responsible for ensuring our communications are understood. 4. Balance short term and long term. In every decision, we weigh both short-term and long-term risks and benefits. Maintaining this balance helps sustain our growth and ensures our ideas and solutions are relevant both now and in the future. 5. Win with diversity and inclusion. We embrace people with diverse backgrounds, traits and ways of thinking. Our diversity brings new perspectives into the workplace and encourages innovation, as well as the ability to identify new market opportunities. 6. Respect others and succeed together. Our mutual success depends on mutual respect, inside and outside the company. It requires people who are capable of working together as part of a team or informal collaboration. While our company is built on individual excellence, we also recognize the importance and value of teamwork in turning our goals into accomplishments.
6. The PepsiCo FamilyMeet the four major divisions of the PepsiCo family: PepsiCo Americas Beverages, PepsiCoAmericas Foods, PepsiCo Europe, PepsiCo Middle East and Africa. 1. PepsiCo Americas Beverages 2. PepsiCo Americas Foods 3. PepsiCo Europe 4. PepsiCo Asia, Middle East & AfricaPepsiCo Americas BeveragesPepsi was founded in 1898 by Caleb Bradham, a NewBern, North Carolina, druggist, who first formulatedPepsi-Cola.Today, Brand Pepsi is part of a portfolio of beveragebrands that includes carbonated soft drinks, juices andjuice drinks, ready-to-drink teas and coffee drinks,isotonic sports drinks, bottled water and enhancedwaters. PepsiCo Americas Beverages (PAB) has wellknown brands such as Mountain Dew, Diet Pepsi,Gatorade, Tropicana Pure Premium, Aquafina water,Sierra Mist, Mug, Tropicana juice drinks, Propel,SoBe, Slice, Dole, Tropicana Twister and TropicanaSeasons Best.In 1992 PAB formed a partnership with Thomas J. Lipton Co. to sell ready-to-drink tea brands inthe United States. Pepsi-Cola also markets Frappuccino ready-to-drink coffee through apartnership with Starbucks.Tropicana was founded in 1947 by Anthony Rossi as a Florida fruit packaging business. In 1954Rossi pioneered a pasteurization process for orange juice. For the first time, consumers couldenjoy the fresh taste of pure not-from-concentrate 100% Florida orange juice in a ready-to-servepackage. The juice, Tropicana Pure Premium, became the companys flagship product. PepsiCoacquired Tropicana, including the Dole juice business, in August 1998.SoBe became a part of PAB in 2001. SoBe manufactures and markets an innovative line ofbeverages including fruit blends, energy drinks, dairy-based drinks, exotic teas and otherbeverages with herbal ingredients.Gatorade thirst quencher sport drinks, was acquired by The Quaker Oats Company in 1983 andbecame a part of PepsiCo with the merger in 2001. Gatorade is the worlds first isotonic sports
7. drink as is backed by 40 years of science. Created in 1965 by researchers at the University ofFlorida for the schools football team, "The Gators," Gatorade is now the worlds leading sportsdrink.Pepsi Beverages CompanyOn February 26th, 2010, PepsiCo completed its mergers with PAS and PBG to strengthen itsNorth American beverage business. The North American bottling operations of PAS and PBGare now an operating unit of PepsiCo known as Pepsi Beverages Company. PBC operates in theUnited States, Canada and Mexico and encompasses approximately 75 percent of PepsiCosNorth American beverage volume. PBCs diverse portfolio includes some of the worlds mostwidely recognized beverage brands, including Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, Aquafina,Gatorade, SoBe, Lipton, and Amp Energy. PBC also manufactures and distributes third-partybrands in key local markets such as Dr Pepper, Crush, Rock Star and Muscle Milk. Theoperating unit is headquartered in Westchester County, New York. Read more about the PepsiBeverages Company. 1. PepsiCo Americas Foods 2. PepsiCo EuropePepsiCo Americas Foods (PAF) is PepsiCos food and snack business in North and SouthAmerica. Its portfolio of businesses includes Frito-Lay North America, Quaker Foods & Snacks,Sabritas, Gamesa and Latin America Foods.Frito-Lay North AmericaIn 1932, C.E. Doolin entered a small San Antonio cafe and purchased a bag of corn chips. Littledid he dream this savory chip would become one of the nations most popular snacks. Mr. Doolinlearned that the manufacturer of the chips was eager to sell his small business, so he purchasedthe recipe, and began to sell FRITOS® Corn Chips from his Model T Ford.Meanwhile, that same year, Herman W. Lay began his potato chip business in Nashville bydelivering snack foods. Not long after, Mr. Lay purchased the manufacturer, and the H.W. Lay &Company was formed. H.W. Lay & Company became one of the largest snack food companiesin the Southeast, and LAYS® brand Potato Chips is still Americas favorite potato chip.Years later, in 1961, the Frito Company and the H.W. Lay company merged to become Frito-Lay, Inc. Today, Frito-Lay North America makes some of the most popular snacks in the US,including LAYS® and RUFFLES® potato chips, DORITOS® tortilla chips, TOSTITOS®tortilla chips and dips, CHEETOS® cheese flavored snacks, FRITOS® corn chips, ROLDGOLD® pretzels, SUNCHIPS® multigrain snacks, CRACKER JACK® candy coated popcorn.Quaker Foods North America
8. The Quaker Oats Company was formed in 1901 when several American pioneers in oat millingcame together to incorporate. In Ravenna, Ohio, Henry D. Seymour and William Heston hadestablished the Quaker Mill Company. The figure of a man in Quaker clothes became the firstregistered trademark for breakfast cereal and remains the hallmark for Quaker Oats today.In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, John Stuart and his son, Robert, and their partner, George Douglas,operated the largest cereal mill of the time. Ferdinand Schumacher, known as "The OatmealKing," had founded German Mills American Oatmeal Company in 1856.Combining The Quaker Mill Company with the Stuart and Schumacher businesses broughttogether the top oats milling expertise in the country as The Quaker Oats Company.The first major acquisition of the company was Aunt Jemima Mills Company in 1926, which istoday the leading manufacturer of pancake mixes and syrup. Gatorade was acquired in 1983.In 1986, The Quaker Oats Company acquired the Golden Grain Company, producers of Rice-A-Roni. Its brands today include Quaker oatmeal, Life and Capn Crunch ready-to-eat cereals, AuntJemima mixes and syrups, and Rice-A-Roni, Pasta Roni and Near East side dishes. PepsiComerged with The Quaker Oats Company in 2001.SabritasHeadquartered in Mexico City, Sabritas is a leader in the Mexican snack and fun food market.Founded in 1943, Sabritas is renowned for the quality, variety and flavors of its products, andserves as the umbrella brand under which PepsiCo markets Frito-Lay products in Mexico, suchas Cheetos, Fritos, Doritos and Ruffles. It is also the name brand for its own line of potato chips.Additionally, the business manufactures and markets several local brands such as Crujitos,Poffets, Rancheritos and Sabritones. Sabritas controls around 80% of the Mexican snacksmarket. PepsiCo acquired Sabritas in 1966.GamesaHeadquartered in Monterrey, Mexico, Gamesa is a global leader in the cookies market, andMexicos largest manufacturer of cookies. The company has offered its consumers a wide varietyof high-quality products for every lifestyle, producing pastries, oats, cereals and other relatedproducts. It has production facilities in five states across Mexico. Among its most successfulbrands are Marías Gamesa, Emperador, Arcoiris, Mamut, Chokis, and Maizoro. In 1990, it wasacquired by PepsiCo.Latin Americas FoodsThe Latin Americas Foods business includes operations in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peruand Venezuela. Its portfolio of brands includes global snacks such as Lays, Cheetos, Fritos andDoritos, as well as local brands like Lucky snacks in Brazil.
9. epsiCo Europe is the leading food and beverage company in Europe employing 43,000 in theregion. The company has a presence in 45 countries in Europe and has a broad range of offeringsincluding Frito Lay Snacks, Pepsi-Cola beverages, Gatorade sports drinks, Tropicana juices andQuaker foods.The company has invested over $3 billion in the region over the last 3 years including theacquisitions of Lebedyanasky, a popular juice company in Russia, and Sandora, a Ukranian juicecompany.Some of the most popular products in the region includes Walkers Crisps, Quaker Oats, PawRidge, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi MAX, Pepsi RAW, 7UP, Copella, Doritos, Gatorade, Red Sky, VWater, Planet Lunch, Lays, Cheetos, Smiths, Duyvis, Snack-a-Jacks, Quaker Cruesli, Looza,Twistos, Solinki.The company has made large investments in the region in its "healthier for you" portfolio whichinclude: • More than 20 million Euros in a flagship European R&D centre, which is dedicated to creating new, healthier snacks for the European market. • In the UK alone, weve invested over 180 million Euros in making our products healthier, such as Walkers crisps, which now contain 70% less saturated fat and up to 55% less salt than they did five years ago. • Lower fat, baked Cheetos in Turkey • have introduced a range of dry roasted nuts with 30% less fat • In the UK we are about to launch a 99 Calorie or less snacks range • Pepsi Max, no sugar, full flavour soft drink in the UK and the Nordics • PepsiCo Asia, Middle East & AfricaPepsiCo Asia, Middle East & Africa (“AMEA”) makes, markets and sells a number of leadingsnack food brands including Lay’s, Kurkure, Chipsy, Doritos, Smith’s, Cheetos, Red Rock Deliand Ruffles, through consolidated businesses as well as through noncontrolled affiliates. Further,either independently or through contract manufacturers, AMEA makes, markets and sells manyQuaker-brand cereals and snacks. AMEA also makes, markets and sells beverage concentrates,fountain syrups and finished goods, under various beverage brands including Pepsi, Mirinda,7UP and Mountain Dew. These brands are sold to authorized bottlers, independent distributorsand retailers. However, in certain markets, AMEA operates its own bottling plants anddistribution facilities. In addition, AMEA licenses the Aquafina water brand to certain of itsauthorized bottlers. AMEA also, either independently or through contract manufacturers, makes,markets and sells ready-to-drink tea products through an international joint venture with Unilever(under the Lipton brand name).
10. Our BrandsPepsiCo is home to hundreds of brands around the globe. Listed here are some of our mostrecognized. 1. Pepsi-Cola Brands 2. Frito-Lay Brands 3. Gatorade Brands 4. Tropicana Brands 5. Quaker BrandsPepsi • Pepsi • Pepsi Max • Pepsi Max Cease Fire • Pepsi Natural • Pepsi One • Pepsi Throwback • Pepsi Wild Cherry • Caffeine Free Pepsi • Diet Pepsi • Diet Pepsi Wild Cherry • Caffeine Free Diet PepsiSierra Mist • Sierra Mist • Diet Sierra Mist • Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash • Diet Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash • Diet Sierra Mist Ruby SplashSlice • Slice - Diet Orange • Slice - Grape • Slice - Orange • Slice - Peach • Slice - Strawberry
11. Tropicana • Tropicana Fruit Punch • Tropicana Lemonade • Tropicana Light - Lemonade • Tropicana Light - Orangeade • Tropicana Orangeade • Tropicana Pink Lemonade • Tropicana Strawberry Melon • Tropicana Twister Soda - Diet Orange • Tropicana Twister Soda - Grape • Tropicana Twister Soda - Orange • Tropicana Twister Soda - StrawberryOcean Spray (License) • Ocean Spray Apple Juice • Ocean Spray Blueberry Juice Cocktail • Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail • Ocean Spray Cran-Grape Drink • Ocean Spray Cran-Pomegranate Juice Drink • Ocean Spray Orange Juice • Ocean Spray Pineapple Peach Mango Juice Blend • Ocean Spray Ruby Red Grapefrui Juice Drink • Ocean Spray Strawberry Kiwi Juice DrinkMore • Fiesta Mirinda Mango • Fiesta Mirinda PinaMountain Dew • Mountain Dew • Mountain Dew Code Red • Mountain Dew Distortion • Mountain Dew Live Wire • Mountain Dew Throwback • Mountain Dew Typhoon • Mountain Dew Voltage • Mountain Dew White Out • Caffeine Free Mountain Dew • Caffeine Free Diet Mountain Dew • Diet Mountain Dew • Diet Mountain Dew Code Red
12. AMP Energy • AMP Energy • AMP Energy - Elevate • AMP Energy - Lightning • AMP Energy - Lightning Sugar Free • AMP Energy - Overdrive • AMP Energy - ReLaunch • AMP Energy - Sugar Free • AMP Energy - Traction • AMP Energy Juice - Mixed Berry • AMP Energy Juice - Orange • AMP Energy with Black Tea • AMP Energy with Green TeaMug Root Beer • Mug Root Beer • Diet Mug Root Beer • Mug Cream Soda • Diet Mug Cream SodaNo Fear • No Fear • No Fear Motherload • Sugar Free No FearSeattles Best Coffee • Seattles Best Coffee - Iced Latte • Seattles Best Coffee - Iced Mocha • Seattles Best Coffee - Iced Vanilla LatteTazo • Tazo Brambleberry • Tazo Giant Peach • Tazo Organic Iced Black • Tazo Organic Iced GreenSoBe • SoBe Adrenaline Rush • SoBe Sugar Free Adrenaline Rush • SoBe Energize Citrus Energy • SoBe Energize Green Tea
22. Our LeadershipPepsiCo is a company full of strong, talented individuals starting with the company leadership.Get to know the inspiring people helping lead PepsiCo on its Performance with Purposejourney. 1. Indra K. Nooyi Chairman and CEO, PepsiCo 2. John Compton CEO, PepsiCo Americas Foods 3. Massimo dAmore
24. A. Salman Amin Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing, PepsiCo2. Jill Beraud Chief Marketing Officer and President, Joint Ventures, PepsiCo Beverages Americas3. Rich Beck Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain Operations, PepsiCo4. Neil Campbell President, Tropicana Beverages North America5.
25. Albert P. Carey President and Chief Executive Officer, Frito-Lay North America6. Timothy P. Cost Executive Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs, PepsiCo7. Pamela Culpepper Senior Vice President, Global Diversity and Inclusion Officer, PepsiCo8. Robert Dixon Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer9.
26. Richard Goodman Executive Vice President, PepsiCo Global Operations10. Tom Greco Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, Pepsi Beverages Company11. Julie Hamp Senior Vice President, Chief Communications Officer, PepsiCo12. Hugh F. Johnston Chief Financial Officer, PepsiCo13.
27. Mehmood Khan Chief Executive Officer, Global Nutrition Group and Chief Scientific Officer, PepsiCo14. Jaya Kumar President, Global Nutrition Platforms, PepsiCo Global Nutrition Group15. Luis Montoya President, Latin America Beverages16. Tim Minges Chairman, PepsiCo China17.
28. Sarah Robb O’Hagan Gatorade President North America & Global Chief Marketing Officer, Sports Nutrition18. Pedro Padierna President, PepsiCo Foods Mexico, Central America and Caribbean19. Jose Luis Prado President, Quaker Foods and Snacks North America, PepsiCo20. Grace Puma Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer21.
29. Larry D. Thompson Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, General Counsel and Secretary, PepsiCo22. Cynthia M. Trudell Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Chief Personnel Officer23. Olivier Weber President, South America Foods
30. Board of Directors and CommitteesPepsiCos business strategy and affairs are overseen by our Board of Directors, which iscomprised of one executive director and eleven independent outside directors. Only independentoutside directors make up our three standing Board Committees, 1) Nominating and CorporateGovernance, 2) Audit, and 3) Compensation. 1. Shona L. Brown Senior Vice President, Business Operations, Google Inc. 2. Ian M. Cook President and Chief Executive Officer, Colgate-Palmolive Company 3.
31. Dina Dublon Consultant, Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, JP Morgan Chase & Co.4. Victor J. Dzau, M.D. Chancellor for Health Affairs, Duke University and President & CEO, Duke University Health Systems5. Ray L. Hunt Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hunt Consolidated, Inc.6. Alberto Ibargüen President & Chief Executive Officer, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
32. 7. Arthur C. Martinez Former Chairman of the Board, President & Chief Executive Officer, Sears, Roebuck and Co.8. Indra K. Nooyi Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo9. Sharon Percy Rockefeller President & Chief Executive Officer, WETA Public Stations10.
33. James J. Schiro Former Chief Executive Officer, Zurich Financial Services11. Lloyd Trotter Managing Partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners12. Daniel Vasella Chairman of the Board, Novartis AG1. Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Members Ray L. Hunt, Chair Shona L. Brown Victor J. Dzau, MD Arthur C. Martinez Sharon Percy Rockefeller Daniel Vasella2. Audit Committee Dina Dublon, Chair Ian M. Cook Alberto Ibargüen
34. James J. Schiro Lloyd G. Trotter3. Compensation Committee Arthur C. Martinez, Chair Shona L. Brown Victor J. Dzau, MD Ray L. Hunt Sharon Percy Rockefeller Daniel Vasella
35. Corporate GovernancePoliciesCorporate Governance DownloadsAmended and Audit Committee CharterRestated Articles of Incorporation The Audit Committee is comprised ofPepsiCos Articles of Incorporation provide a legal independent directors with the financialdeclaration of our structure and purpose as a literacy to provide oversight of PepsiCocorporation as mandated by North Carolina law. accounting policies and financial reporting.By-Laws Compensation Committee CharterPepsiCos By-Laws spell out the rules and The Compensation Committee is composedprocedures by which we operate as well as the rights entirely of independent directorsand powers of company shareholders, directors, and responsible for overseeing policies onofficers. executive compensation.Download Download Disclosure Committee CharterCorporate Governance Guidelines PepsiCos Disclosure Committee overseesOur Corporate Governance Principles were adopted the timely delivery and accurate portrayalto establish a common set of expectations to assist of our financial condition in all companythe Board and its committees in performing their communications to shareholders andduties in compliance with applicable requirements. investors.Download DownloadNominating and Corporate Governance CommitteeCharter Policy for Audit, Audit-Related and Non-The Nominating and Corporate Governance Audit ServicesCommittee is responsible for nominating newmembers to the Board and providing policy PepsiCo has adopted guidelines regardingrecommendations regarding corporate governance. non-audit and tax services provided by an independent auditor.Download
36. Political ContributionsPepsiCos Political Contributions PolicyPepsiCos Board of Directors has approved the following policy. Together with other policiesand procedures, including our Code of Conduct, it guides our approach to political contributions.By following the policy and the accompanying procedures, by adhering to the letter and the spiritof all applicable laws and regulations, and by exercising sound judgment regarding ourinvolvement in the political process, we affirm and strengthen our commitment to PepsiCosvalues.PolicyIt is essential in a democratic society that citizens participate in their government. The health ofour society depends on all of us being well informed and responsibly engaged in the politicalprocess.The PepsiCo Concerned Citizens Fund (CCF) receives voluntary employee contributions tomake political campaign contributions to U.S. federal and state political parties, committees andcandidates. The CCF and the companys corporate contributions provide an importantopportunity for PepsiCo, and its employees, to participate in the democratic process.We believe that providing financial support to responsible pro-business candidates is animportant means by which we help improve the business climate, our quality of life and thesociety in which we live, enabling us to succeed as a company committed to integrity, innovationand value.The following criteria will be used in connection with all contributions: • The candidates or entitys commitment to improving the business climate; • The candidates or entitys position or voting record on issues of direct concern to PepsiCo; • The location of PepsiCo facilities or employees within the candidates district or state; • The candidates position on key committees where legislation of importance to PepsiCo is considered or the candidates demonstrated leadership - or potential for leadership - within the U.S. Congress or a State Legislature; • The candidates need for campaign financial assistance.The public policy issues we face as a company and our engagement in the public policy process,including contributions as part of the political process, are discussed with and reviewed by theNominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the companys Board of Directors.Details on PepsiCos political contributions will be posted on its website on an annual basis. Thiswill occur in conjunction with the release of PepsiCos Corporate Citizenship Report each year.
37. All contributions and support of U.S. or state political parties, committees or candidates from theCCF or corporate funds must be made in accordance with applicable campaign finance anddisclosure laws.Coercion of any employee to contribute to the CCF or to make any political contribution of anykind is unacceptable.Our employees have the right to be engaged in the political process in their individual capacity asthey see fit, and make political contributions of their own time and money to the candidates orparties of their choice. Of course, those efforts must not in any way suggest PepsiCos support.Management and supervisory employees who are citizens of the United States may voluntarilycontribute to the CCF.PepsiCo employees must obtain approval of the Corporate Vice President Public Policy &Government Affairs before making political contributions of corporate funds.All contributions must be reviewed by the corporate law department to ensure legal compliance.All payments from the CCF to support U.S. or state political parties, committees or candidatesmust be approved by the CCF Executive Committee.Feb. 3, 2006Download PepsiCos 2009 Corporate Political Contributions (80KB)Download PepsiCo, Inc. 2009 Concerned Citizens Fund Contributions (67KB)Human RightsPepsiCos Human Rights Workplace PolicyPepsiCo respects the dignity of our workers in the workplace and we work to ensure ourassociates rights to personal security, a safe, clean and healthful workplace, and freedom fromharassment or abuse of any kind.We deal fairly and honestly with our associates regarding wages, benefits and other conditions ofemployment, and recognize our associates right to freedom of association. We do not usecompulsory or child labor.We do not tolerate discrimination and work to ensure equal opportunity for all associates.We comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and other employment standards, wherever weoperate or work.
38. We encourage our partners, suppliers, contractors and vendors to support these policies and weplace substantial value on working with others who share our commitment to human rights.Animal TestingPepsiCos Statement on Animal TestingPepsiCo does not conduct any animal tests and does not directly fund any animal tests on itsbeverages and foods. Where governmental agencies require animal tests to demonstrateingredient safety, companies using those ingredients rely on third party testing.PepsiCo has shared our concern regarding the ethical and humane treatment of animals with oursuppliers and others in the industry. We encourage the use of alternative testing methodswhenever and wherever possible and have financially supported research to develop thesealternative methods.Genetically-Modified Food and Ingredient PolicyGlobal Genetically-Modified Food And Ingredient PolicyPepsiCo is dedicated to producing the highest quality, greatest tasting food and beverageproducts in every part of the world. PepsiCo ensures all products meet or exceed stringent safetyand quality standards and uses only ingredients that are safe and approved by applicablegovernment and regulatory authorities.Approval of genetically-modified foods differs from country to country regarding both use andlabeling. For this reason, PepsiCo adheres to all relevant regulatory requirements regarding theuse of genetically-modified food crops and food ingredients within the countries it operates.Where legally approved, individual business units may choose to use or not use genetically-modified ingredients based on regional preferences.Sep. 25, 2007
39. Contact the Board of Directors/Audit CommitteePlease choose one of the options listed below to report concerns about PepsiCos accounting,internal accounting controls or auditing matters (or other concerns regarding our integrity) to theAudit committee.Shareholders and other interested parties can communicate with the Board of Directors, acommittee of the Board, the Presiding Director, the independent directors as a group or anyindividual member of the board using the following methods:Call the PepsiCo Board:(866) 626-0633Write the PepsiCo Board:PepsiCo Board of DirectorsPepsiCo, Inc.700 Anderson Hill RoadPurchase, NY 10577Contact the PepsiCo Board OnlineClick here to send a messageConcerns relating to PepsiCos accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters willbe referred directly to the Audit Committee. Other communications that relate to the functions ofthe Board or a Board committee or that otherwise require Board attention will be relayed to theBoard. All concerns will be reviewed by the PepsiCo Corporate Law Department.Please do not use the above contact options to inquire about jobs at, or products of, PepsiCo orfor any other issue not related to PepsiCos Board of Directors.
40. Our HistoryPepsiCo is a world leader in convenient snacks, foods and beverages with revenues of more than$60 billion and over 285,000 employees. Take a journey through our past and see the keymilestones that define PepsiCo.1965 milestonesPepsiCo, Inc. is founded by Donald M. Kendall, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pepsi-Cola and Herman W. Lay, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Frito-Lay, through themerger of the two companies. Pepsi-Cola was created in the late 1890s by Caleb Bradham, aNew Bern, N.C. pharmacist. Frito-Lay, Inc. was formed by the 1961 merger of the FritoCompany, founded by Elmer Doolin in 1932, and the H. W. Lay Company, founded by HermanW.Lay, also in 1932. Herman Lay is chairman of the Board of Directors of the new company;Donald M. Kendall is president and chief executive officer. The new company reports sales of$510 million and has 19,000 employees.Major products of the new companies are: • Pepsi-Cola Company - Pepsi-Cola (formulated in 1898), Diet Pepsi (1964) and Mountain Dew (introduced by Tip Corporation in 1948). • Frito-Lay, Inc. - Fritos brand corn chips (created by Elmer Doolin in 1932), Lays brand potato chips (created by Herman W. Lay in 1938), Cheetos brand cheese flavored snacks (1948), Ruffles brand potato chips (1958) and Rold Gold brand pretzels (acquired 1961). • Mountain Dew launches its first campaign "Yahoo Mountain Dew ... itll tickle your innards."1966 milestones • Doritos brand tortilla chips are introduced. They are destined to become the most popular snack chip in the U.S. • Pepsi enters Japan and Eastern Europe.1967 milestonesPepsi Generation advertising, "Come Alive! Youre in the Pepsi Generation" campaign thatnamed and claimed a whole generation (1963-67), introduces a new theme: "Taste that beats theothers cold. Pepsi pours it on!"1968 milestonesNorth American Van Lines (NAVL), a premier transportation company, joins PepsiCo. NAVL remains astrong contributor to PepsiCo until it is divested in 1984.
41. 1969 milestones • Bold, modern Pepsi-Cola packaging using red, white and blue is introduced. "Youve got a lot to live, Pepsis got a lot to give," becomes the advertising theme. • Frito-Lay introduces Funyuns brand onion flavored snacks. • Mountain Dew changes its slogan to "Get That Barefoot Feelin Drinkin Mountain Dew." 1970 milestones • PepsiCo sales pass the $1 billion mark. The company has 36,000 employees. • PepsiCo moves from New York City to new world headquarters in Purchase, N.Y. The new corporate headquarters feature a building by one of Americas foremost architects, Edward Durrell Stone (1902-1978), set on a campus of 144 acres amid an outdoor sculpture garden. • Frito-Lay begins a program of expansion. Over the next decade, the company opens, on average, more than one new plant a year. • W.C. Fritos is introduced as Frito-Lays new advertising mascot. • Wilson Sporting Goods, a top name in sports equipment, joins PepsiCo. It is divested in 1985. • Pepsi introduces the industrys first two-liter bottle. • Pepsi is the first company to respond to consumer preference with lightweight, recyclable, plastic bottles.1971 milestones2006 milestones
42. 2007 milestones • PepsiCo signs Maria Sharapova for International endorsement of Gatorade and Tropicana • Tropicana launches Tropicana Healthy Heart with Omega-3s, the first national orange juice to include omega-3s • Ruffles unveils new packaging to reflect its switch to 100% pure sunflower oil • PepsiCo announces new Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Award inspired by Steve Reinemund • Mountain Dew and AMP Energy sponsor the Winter X Games • Aquafina launches Aquafina Alive - a low calorie, vitamin-enhanced water beverage • Quaker Oats debuts new Quaker Life Chocolate Oat Crunch Cereal • Flat Earth Fruit and Vegetable Crisps hit stores nationally • Fritos Corn Chips celebrates 75th Anniversary with retro packaging • Near East celebrates its 45th Anniversary with a recipe contest • Tropicana launches Tropicana Fruit Squeeze, a 20-calorie drink with real Tropicana fruit juice • Lays launches Share the Joy program to help the Make a Wish Foundation raise funds • Pepsi-Cola North America launches Diet Pepsi MAX • Oh Boy! Oberto brand debuts 100-calorie Jerky Bites in Original Beef and Teriyaki Turkey flavors • IZZE Launches IZZE Esque, a low-calorie, nothing artificial beverage in three flavors: Sparkling Mandarin, Sparkling Black Raspberry and Sparkling Limon. • Propel unveils new Fit Has a Feeling campaign and New Powder Packets for On-The- Go • New Quaker Mini Delights launches offering great taste and portion control in a satisfying serving of mini snack cakes • Diet Pepsi Jazz introduces new Caramel Cream flavor • Grandmas Cookies offering limited-edition flavors for spring: Iced Lemon and Sugar flavors • PepsiCo launches Smart Spot Dance! Initiative with celebrities Mario Lopez and LaChanze to help African American and Hispanic families lead healthier, more active lifestyles • Walkers is the first major food brand in the world to display a carbon footprint reduction logo on its packs • SoBe Beverages launches SoBe Essential Energy • PepsiCo Announces 25% Dividend Increase and Raises Share Repurchase Target; Nooyi Assumes Chairman Title • EPA Names PepsiCo 2007 ENERGY STAR(R) Partner of the Year • PepsiCo Makes Largest Corporate Purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates • Pepsi launches "Design Our Pepsi Can" National Promotion • Tropicana unveils New Organic Line - Tropicana Organic • QTG facility earns an Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) "Gold" certification from the U.S. Green Building Council • PCNA and Frito-Lay launch "Shrek the Third" National Summer Promotion • Indra Nooyi receives the Outstanding American by Choice Award • PepsiCo makes Fortune magazines 100 Best MBA Employers list
43. • Diet Pepsi Launches New Look, New Ad Campaign and New Attitude - Diet Pepsis "More Cola Taste" • Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and Mountain Dew topped the 2007 Brand Keys Customer Loyalty Engagement Index which tracks consumers relationships with brands • PepsiCo joins U.S. Climate Action Partnership as part of its commitment to sustainability • Lipton introduces Lipton PureLeaf • EPA Honors Frito-Lays Jonesboro facility for its sustainability efforts to conserve energy and resources • Cold Stone Creamery and Mountain Dew Join Forces to Introduce Dew Iced • Mountain Dew Unveils unique, limited edition aluminum bottles • Tostitos introduce Flour Tortilla Chips and two new Dairy Dips Nationwide • PepsiCo named a 2007 Working Mother Best Company for Multicultural Women • PepsiCo wins two awards -- Best Environmental/Wildlife Campaign and Best Cause Marketing Event -- at Fifth Annual Cause Marketing Halo Awards • Frito-Lay teams up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help children with life- threatening diseases • Dunkin Donuts launches SoBe Energy Coolatta • Pepsi wins Webby Award for its execution of the "Best Sports Website" • PepsiCo and Pepsi Americas, Inc jointly acquire Sandora, a Leading Juice Company in Ukraine • PepsiCo earns spot in Black Enterprise Magazines 40 Best Companies for Diversity • Lays and Doritos Campaigns win Top PR Awards • Doritos Crash the Super Bowl program Wins International Advertising Award at the International Advertising Festival2008 milestones • Pepsi to take over New Years Eve 2009 in New York Citys Time Square with new packaging design and messages • Frito-Lay Turkey builds worlds first organic waste treatment facility • SoBe Lifewater launches first-ever, zero-calorie, naturally-sweetened enhanced water in the US • PepsiCo honored by Environmental Protection Agency as water efficiency leader • Pepsi Malaysia wins bronze award at the Malaysian Effie Awards for its marketing and advertising achievements • PepsiCo completes acquisition of Spitz International, Canadas leading maker of sunflower and pumpkin seeds • PepsiCo India Foods launches Cheetos Whoosh, the first snack in India made with whole grains and vegetables • PepsiCo recognized as Food & Beverage Packaging magazines 2008 Beverage Packager of the Year
44. • Advertising Age honors SoBe Lifewater, Sabra and G2 as top brands of 2008• PepsiCo Americas Foods announces US$3 million investment in Mexico over next five years to enable growth of Sabritas and Gamesa brands• PepsiCo Japan Frito-Lay receives the Best Sanitation Facility Award from the Japanese Food Hygiene Association• Gatorade G2 ranks among most memorable new products of 2008 according to the Most Memorable New Product Launch Survey done by Schneider Associates, Mintel and IRI• PepsiCo announces plans to invest US$1 billion in China over next four years as part of the strategy to expand in emerging markets and broaden the portfolio of locally-relevant products• Pasta Ronis Shells & White Cheddar wins Best Mac & Cheese from Good Housekeeping• Propel supports breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment with donation and special edition pink ribbon bottles of Propel• PepsiCo is awarded the New Freedom Initiative Award by the U.S. Department of Labor for efforts to improvement employment opportunities for people with disabilities• PepsiCo announces alignment of Canadian business for PepsiCo Americas Foods Canada and PepsiCo Americas Beverages Canada• Quaker Life cereal ranked among top cereals for kids by Consumer Reports magazine• PepsiCo named top sustainability company in Portugal• Frito-Lay installs solar thermal water heating system to reduce its reliance on electricity• Quaker introduces two High Fiber cereals to help consumers meet daily fiber requirements• Brand Pepsi and Lays is voted Most Preferred Beverage and Food Brands by CNBC Awaaz Awards• PepsiCo wins the Workplace Excellence Award at Out & Equal Workplace National Summit• PepsiCo named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index• PepsiCo receives a 100% rating for the fifth year in a row in the 2009 Corporate Equality Index from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation• PepsiCo Foundation announces two major new grants to WaterPartners and Safe Water Network programs to provide access to safe water and sanitation in developing countries• PepsiCo again named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index• PepsiCo agrees to buy Bulgarias Leading Nuts and Seeds Company• PepsiCo announces initiatives with the Earth Institute and H2O Africa to drive Sustainable Water Practices• Forbes names PepsiCo among its Best Big Companies• PepsiCo India commissions first remote wind turbine to generate renewable, clean energy• CRO names PepsiCo to Top 25 100 Best Corporate Citizens 2008• PepsiCo to buy Russian juice leader, Lebedyansky• Employees lead effort to make Chicago Plaza First LEED-Certified PepsiCo Headquarters• Gatorade launches Gatorade Tiger with comprehensive integrated marketing campaign• PepsiCo honored with 2008 Energy Star Partner of the Year Award• UK Vitamin Water brand--V Water acquired by PepsiCo
45. • Quaker plant in Cedar Rapids closes and reopens facility due to flooding to protect employees • PepsiCo Foodservice and Naked Juice expand Starbucks presence • Gatorade Sports Science Institute gathers worlds leading researchers on Protein Nutrition • PepsiCo Internationals China Foods wins Chinas Top Leaders 2008 Award • Wall Street Journal article recognizes PepsiCo for Leadership in Employment of People with Different Abilities • PepsiCo and Frito-Lay join SmartWay in commitment to reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions • PepsiCo Beats Coke in race to launch new natural sweetener (Stevia) • PepsiCo France recognized as Great Place To Work by Institute Survey • Tazo Tea joins Pepsi Lipton Partnership • PepsiCo commits to reducing Acryalmide levels in potato chip products and restructured potato snacks in California • Subway names PepsiCo Vendor of the Year for Sustainability Leadership2009 milestones • PepsiCo is named to the Best Companies for Multi Cultural Women list by Working Mother magazine • PepsiCo joins Ceres, a leading coalition of investors, environmental groups and public interest organizations working to address sustainability efforts • Near East brand launches two new products—Pearled Couscous side dish and Near East Gourmet Meal Kits • SoBe Lifewater introduces two new zero-calorie flavors – Acai Fruit Punch and Mango Melon • Pepsi celebrates its 75th anniversary in Canada • PepsiCo honored with Respect Award for its commitment to diversity by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) • PepsiCo-Almarai joint ventures acquires stake in Jordanian dairy company, Teeba • Frito-Lay Turkey honored with Environment-Friendly Industrial Plant award from the Kocaeli Chamber of Industry • PepsiCo creates Baked Snacks North America Business Unit to meet consumers interest in more nutritious snacks and foods • PepsiCo opens new Russian beverage plant in Domodedovo, the largest bottling plant in PepsiCos global system • Naked Juice becomes the first nationally distributed brand to use 100% recycled plastic bottles with the Naked reNewabottle • PepsiCo Russia celebrates 50th Anniversary
46. • Gatorade introduces limited-edition Jordan series bottles• PepsiCo pairs with CBS to launch first-ever video player packaged in a print ad• PepsiCo products make Best Foods for Women list in Womens Health magazine• EPA awards PepsiCos Chicago office with Energy Star certification• Pepsi kicks off its 2009 partnership with the NFL• Smartfood adds Peanut Butter Apple flavor to its lineup• Mountain Dew introduces UltraViolet, Dews first diet line extension• PepsiCo sponsors National Urban League Conference• PepsiCo reaches merger agreements with Pepsi Bottling Group and PepsiAmericas• PepsiCo agrees to acquire Amacoco, Brazils largest coconut water company• PepsiCo launches its first lightly carbonated fruit-based beverage in Brazil, Frutzzz• Aunt Jemima brand celebrates 120 years• PepsiCo is awarded several 2009 beverage innovation honors during Drinktec trade show• Sabritas and PepsiCo Mexico Beverages receive three Effie Top Marketing Campaign awards• TrueNorth expands offerings with three new nut/fruit combinations—Apple Cinnamon, Citrus Burst and Almond Cranberry• IZZE Sparkling Juice launches at Panda Express restaurants across the country• PepsiCo Brazil signs pledge to change marketing campaigns to children• PepsiCo says it will form new bottling unit; Eric Foss, 27-year industry veteran, will be CEO• PepsiCo joins Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation to help reduce obesity in the US• PepsiCo wins U.S. EPA SmartWay Environmental Excellence award for its leadership in conserving energy• Sabritas and Gamesa-Quaker unveiled the first every hybrid trucks in Mexico• PepsiCo U.K. and Ireland were named as one of the Top 50 Places Where Women Want To Work by The Times, an influential UK newspaper and online publication• PepsiCo is recognized at two events for its dedication to Talent Sustainability and dedication to Asian American employees—2009 Best Companies for Asian Pacific Americans from Asian Entrepreneur, Top 10 Companies for Asian Americans from AMBA• PepsiCo again named to Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index• Propel supports Breast Cancer Awareness with its “hope.nowpropelled” website, special packaging and pink caps• Consumer Reports magazine names Quaker Chewy 90 Calorie Granola Bar among best during a taste test on lower-fat snack options• United Nations Association of New York honors Frito-Lay for its environmental efforts• PepsiCo ranks among top companies on Corporate Social Responsibility Index by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship• PepsiCo signs as partner of new Meadowlands Stadium, the future home of the New York Jets and New York Giants• Pepsi Brazil wins the top spot for The Most Admired in Brazil by Brazilian business magazine Carta Capital• PepsiCo named Corporation of the Year by Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council for its diligence, commitment and legacy of diversity
47. • The European Union approved the proposed mergers of PepsiCo, Pepsi Bottling Group and PepsiAmericas• PepsiCo Hope delivers more than 50,000 free, healthier snacks and breakfasts to Dallas children• Frito-Lay receives the United Nations Association of New Yorks 2009 Annual Humanitarian Award in recognition of Frito-Lays accomplishments in environmental corporate social responsibility• PepsiCo Russia signs the Russian Advertisers Associations pledge to eliminate advertising to children under 12• Pepsi wins Football Promoter of the Year award in Nigeria for its involvement with the development of grassroots football• PepsiCo and Calbee Foods Company announce strategic alliance to make and sell a wide range of food products in Japan• Gamesa-Quakers Stila brand named Brand of the Year in Mexico at the 6th Anahuac/AI Ries Marketing Awards• IZZE brand launches new flavor of sparkling juice—IZZE Sparkling Lime• PepsiCo open first overseas green plant in China as part of its $1 billion investment in the country• The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) names PepsiCo as one of its 2008 Water Efficiency Leaders, for its efforts of water efficiency and environmental sustainability• PepsiCos Valhalla, NY R&D site receives LEED certification for its environmental sustainability efforts• PepsiCo International introduces first non-alcoholic, flavored malt drink, Bario, into Saudi market• Pepsi Jordan wins the King Abdullah Excellence Award, Jordans most prestigious award on a country level• PepsiCo receives Corporation of Year award from United Cerebral Palsy in recognition of its EnAble program, which champions inclusion for people with different abilities in the workplace• PepsiCos World Headquarters in Purchase, NY, was named as the winner of the 2009 Landmark Award by the American Society of Landscape Architects and the National trust for Historic Preservation• Frito-Lay North America announces new partnership with Terra Cycle, a company that will repurpose Frito-Lay snack packaging into merchandise• PepsiCo named to Ethispheres Most Ethical Companies for 2009• Quaker is honored with 2008-2009 Brand Laureate Heritage Award for the Best Brands- Consumers by the Asia Pacific Brand Foundation in Malaysia• PepsiCo Chicago is recognized by BusinessWeek magazine as one of the top green headquarter locations in the U.S.• PepsiCo is listed in the top 20 Ideal Employer MBA Ranking in Fortune magazine• PepsiCo China beverage group named Supplier of the Year by Wal-Mart China• FLNA and Oberto Sausage Co. hagree to end partnership for distribution and sales of OhBoy! Oberto brand meat snack products in the U.S. and Canada• Tropicana becomes the first North American brand to be independently certified by the Carton Trust, an organization established to address climate change• Sierra Mist launches new flavor—Sierra Mist Ruby Splash
48. • Pepsi becomes official beverage of Norwegian Cruise Lines• PepsiCo acquires Karinto snack business in Peru• Frito-Lay SunChips announces plans to begin using the first fully compostable snack chip bag made from plant-based materials to significantly improve the environmental impact• PepsiCos Mexico divisions, Gamesa-Quaker, Sabritas and Gatorade, receive the distinctive Corporate Social Responsibility award from Cemefi, the Mexican Center for Philanthrop, for their Talent Sustainability efforts• Wal-Mart Mexico names PepsiCo Beverages Mexico as the Supplier of the Year• Aquafina, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi and Mountain Dew top the 2009 Brand Keys Customer Loyalty Engagement Index• Lipton launches new Sparkling Green Tea—the first-ever sparkling beverage from the Lipton trademark• Consumer Reports names Quaker products among its top choices at supermarkets in their Great Every Day Products article• The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awards PepsiCo a 2009 Energy Start Sustained Excellence Award for its energy efficiency program• PepsiCo announces intention to acquire its two largest anchor bottlers, The Pepsi Bottling Group and PepsiAmericas• PepsiCos TorTrix brand receives the Hall of Fame of Guatemalan Brands award from the American Marketing Association• PepsiCo introduces three new products—Pepsi Natural, Pepsi Throwback and Mountain Dew Throwback, all sweetened with natural sugar• PepsiCo Ireland is recognized as one of the 50 Best Workplaces by The Great Places to Work Institute• PepsiCo Chicago Sustainability Center achieves LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, making it the fist in the Consumer Products sector to receive the prestigious Platinum distinction• Frito-Lay launches $2 line for consumers seeking value• PepsiCo India launches Nimbooz by 7Up, a beverage inspired by Indias favorite lemonade drink• Tropicana introduces Trop50, the first orange juice with the all-natural sweetness of Stevia• PepsiCo is recognized for its Diversity and Inclusion program by three leading business publications—DiversityMBA, DiversityInc., and DiversityBusiness.com• PepsiCo introduces first climate-friendly vending machines to the U.S.• Gatorades G2 launch topped Information Resource Inc.s list of most successful product launches of 2008• Aquafina launches the Eco-Fina Bottle, the lightest weight bottle in the market• Frito-Lay introduces new Smartfood popcorn clusters• Doritos SuperBowl XLIII ad ranked number one by USA Todays Ad Meter• AMP Energy unveils three new line extensions—AMP Energy Lightning, AMP Energy with Black Tea and AMP Energy with Green Tea• PepsiCo scores major league, multiyear sponsorship with both New York Mets and New York Yankees• Latina Style magazine recognizes PepsiCo among the leading companies for Latinas at the Style 50 Awards and Diversity Leaders Conference
49. • Spitz Brand has been named one of Canadas 50 Best Managed Companies by the National Post• PepsiCo Greater China opens newest bottling plant, Chengdu Pepsi Beverage Co. Ltd. in West China• PepsiCo named Corporation of the Year by Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council for its diligence, commitment and legacy of diversity• Gatorade India establishes new training center for most-talented cricket players• Frito-Lay North America adds more than 1,000 fuel-efficient vehicles to its fleet• PepsiCo announces a multi-year distribution agreement with Rockstar Energy Drink• Tostitos brand crowns six University of Texas fans as the champions of the Tostitos Race for the Bowl competition and awards them $200,000 for their schools scholarship fund• IZZE Sparkling Juice becomes available at Sams Club• Frito Lay Turkey launches its second better-for-you snack, Cheetos Rings• Eleven PepsiCo China bottling plants are honored as 2008 Enterprise of Excellence in Water Saving facilities at the 2008 Chinese Beverages Industry Association annual meeting
50. Pepsi-Cola BrandsPepsi has been bringing fun and refreshment to consumers for over 100 years. Learn more aboutour flagship brand and the broad spectrum of beverages it offers worldwide.Pepsi-Cola North America is the refreshment beverage unit of PepsiCo, Inc., in the United Statesand Canada. Its U.S. brands include Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, SoBe, AMP Energy,IZZE, Naked Juice, Propel, Mug, and Aquafina, among others. The company also makes andmarkets North Americas best-selling ready-to-drink iced teas and coffees, respectively, via jointventures with Lipton and Starbucks.From its humble beginnings over a century ago, Pepsi-Cola has grown to become one of thebest-known, most-loved products throughout the world. Today, the company continues toinnovate, creating new products, new flavors and new packages in varying shapes and sizes tomeet the growing demand for convenience and healthier choices. Pepsi is constantly on thelookout for ways to ensure their consumers get the products they want, when they want them andwhere they want them.
51. Frito-Lay BrandsEmploying over 48,000 people and bringing in over $13 billion of business, Frito-Layinvigorates PepsiCos portfolio of products with plenty of good food and good fun.Frito-Lay North America is the $13 billion convenient foods business unit of PepsiCo. For morethan 75 years, Frito Lay has enjoyed growing the best snacks on earth starting with simple, farm-grown ingredients.To continue growing the best snacks on earth, they are working to reduce their impact on theenvironment by improving how they make their snacks.Frito-Lay is also dedicated to giving consumers a wider range of healthier choices. They offergreat-tasting chips with less fat through their Baked! line and snacks made only from naturalingredients, which contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives with their Natural line. Allof their snack chips contain 0 grams of trans fat.Tropicana BrandsTropicana, the strongest name in juices, extends the PepsiCo portfolio of brands with plenty ofnutritious, high-quality flavors.Tropicana Products, Inc., a division of PepsiCo, Inc., is the leading producer and marketer ofbranded fruit juices. Tropicana markets its products in the U.S. under a variety of brand names,
52. including the Tropicana not-from-concentrate line of juices: Dole® juices and juice blends;Tropicana® Juices, Trop50 and Tropicana Twister® juice beverages. The Dole brand name islicensed from Dole Food Company, Inc.For more information about Tropicana, visit www.tropicana.com.Quaker BrandsQuakers power-packed line of popular brands expands our portfolio with a wide range ofhealthy food choices.Quaker brands have been around for over a century. They are symbols of quality, great taste, andnutrition. Holding No.1 positions in their respective categories are favorites such as Quaker Oats,Quaker Rice Cakes, Chewy Granola Bars and Rice-A-Roni®. With its Aunt Jemima® brand,Quaker is also a leading manufacturer of pancake syrups and mixes. It is among the four largestmanufacturers of cold cereals with popular brands like Capn Crunch® and Life®.Gatorade BrandsAvailable in over 80 countries, Gatorades line of performance drinks adds over 40 years ofrehydration and sports nutrition research to the PepsiCo portfolio.Born in the lab
53. In early summer of 1965, a University of Florida assistant coach sat down with a team ofuniversity physicians and asked them to determine why so many of his players were beingaffected by heat and heat related illnesses.The researchers – Dr. Robert Cade, Dr. Dana Shires, Dr. H. James Free and Dr. Alejandro deQuesada – soon discovered two key factors that were causing the Gator players to wilt: thefluids and electrolytes the players lost through sweat were not being replaced, and the largeamounts of carbohydrates the players bodies used for energy were not being replenished.The researchers then took their findings into the lab, and scientifically formulated a new,precisely balanced carbohydrate-electrolyte beverage that would adequately replace the keycomponents lost by Gator players through sweating and exercise. They called their concoctionGatorade. Proven on the field.Furthering the science of victoryTwo decades after Dr. Cade and his team worked diligently to develop the optimum hydrationformula that would become Gatorade, the Gatorade Sports Science Institute was founded inBarrington, Illinois, to conduct scientific research in the areas of exercise science, hydration, andsport nutrition. Three years later, the lab would be expanded to provide advanced testing forathletes and new Gatorade products and flavors and develop education materials for sports healthprofessionals around the world. Gatorade is now also the official sports drink of the NBA, AVP,and PGA, Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, and numerous other elite andprofessional organizations and teams.Rising to new challengesAfter years of careful research by the staff at GSSI into the needs of athletes engaged in high-demand training and competition, Gatorade launched the Gatorade Performance Series, an eliteline of sports nutrition products, in 2001. These products include Gatorade Energy Drink,Gatorade Energy Bar, and the Gatorade Nutrition Shake.Four years later, after studying endurance athletes, GSSI developed the Gatorade EnduranceFormula. Featuring a higher concentration of sodium–the key electrolyte found in Original ThirstQuencher–and four other electrolytes lost in sweat, Gatorade Endurance Formula is quicklybecoming a mainstay on race courses the world over.In 2010, Gatorade introduced the G Series; a new line of products from Gatorade that go beyondhydration to provide fuel, fluid and nutrients before, during and after the game.Gatorade Prime 01: Pre-game fuel in a convenient 4-oz. pouch, designed to be used in the 15minutes before the game to provide energy by maximizing the availability of carbohydrateenergy to muscles.Gatorade Perform 02: The proven Gatorade Thirst Quencher that offers a scientifically-formulated blend of carbohydrates and key electrolytes, and is designed for use during the game
54. to help athletes rehydrate, replenish electrolytes and refuel with carbohydrate to push through allfour quarters.G2 Perform 02: A low-calorie sports drink that delivers functional hydration to athletes duringthe game, but with less than half the calories of Gatorade Thirst Quencher.Gatorade Recover 03: The first protein recovery beverage with the consistency of a thirstquencher. Recover 03 is formulated for use immediately after the game (within 30-60 minutes)for rehydration and to promote muscle recovery.