Does Quaker Oats really support Sustainability?
Quaker Oats is owned by Pepsi
for business. Pepsi believes that sustainability is good for business because it can create opportunities for innovation, help companies reduce costs, and attract new customers. Pepsi also believes that sustainability is important for the environment and society as a whole.
Climate change: Mars and PepsiCo offer lessons in decarbonization, call for a 'redesign' of supply chains
by Yahoo Finance
PepsiCo Launches Greenhouse Accelerator In MENA To Advance Sustainability And Innovation
PepsiCo has announced the launch of its first MENA edition of the Greenhouse Accelerator program, active globally since 2017
PepsiCo is helping its Quaker Oats farmers in the UK adopt regenerative agriculture practices through a tie-up with global farming organization LEAF. FoodNavigator hears more about the programme and how PepsiCo is transforming the impact of its supply chain.
by Food Navigator
It’s Time To Get Rid Of Pesticide-Intensive Agriculture!
by Clean Technica
PepsiCo to cut use of virgin plastic as part of broad sustainability goal
PepsiCo said it will reduce the use of virgin plastic per serving by 50% across its global food and beverage portfolio by 2030, and incorporate half recycled content in its plastic packaging as part of a new initiative called Pep+.
by Food Dive
PepsiCo Announces Company-Wide Sustainability Transformation
PepsiCo has introduced pep+ (pep Positive), a strategic end-to-end transformation with sustainability at the center of how the company will create growth and value by operating within planetary boundaries and inspiring positive change for the planet and people.
by Environmental Leader
PepsiCo Announces Strategic End-to-End Transformation: pep+ (PepsiCo Positive)
PEPSICO ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC END-TO-END TRANSFORMATION: pep+ (PepsiCo Positive)
by Sustainable Brands
Walmart, Sam’s Club Pilot On-Site Recycling Centers
Partnership with PepsiCo Beverages North America at 4 Oklahoma retail locations
by Progressive Grocer