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  • PepsiCo to leave Binghamton, NY in November
    In with the new out with the old, is that good for NY State?
    It has long been said that New York State is a difficult State. High taxes, cold winters, plus an exodus of jobs and population have combined to devastating effect. For 50 years New York has lost businesses and population to other States,...
  • PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi talks careers for mothers
    PepsiCo CEO admits moms who seek careers cannot have it all
    Moms who want to have a family and a successful position in the business world often have a difficult decision to make. Do they have to give up their dream career that they’ve worked so hard to attain to be a good mom? Likewise, does a woman...
  • Pepsi Launches Capsule Collection
    Pepsi launches capsule collection
    Pepsi is set to launch its capsule collection it coincides with 2014 global football campaign, the Pepsi 'Live for Now' capsule collection brings the best of art and football to life. The brand is set to bring together the artistry of...
  • PepsiCo and Coca-Cola are removing controversial BVO from all of their drinks
    PepsiCo to remove BVO from all drinks; Coca-Cola follows suit
    Mississippi teenager Sarah Kavanaugh has proven, once again, that just one person can make a difference. Two years ago, Sarah started a petition on Change.org to get brominated vegetable oil or BVO out of Gatorade. And now PepsiCo, maker of...
  • PepsiCo and palm oil
    It's time for palm oil using PepsiCo to go 'deforestation free' like their peers
    Have you seen the Years of Living Dangerously documentary series on Showtime? The first two episodes featured Harrison Ford in Indonesia, where he explored how irresponsible palm oil production continues to drive massive deforestation while also...
  • Pepsi sugar in soda will not contain high fructose corn syrup
    Pepsi sugar soda colas: 3 beverages to contain real sugar, no HFCS
    Soon, Pepsi will introduce real sugar in soda drinks. PepsiCo, Inc. recently announced that it is nixing high fructose corn syrup or HFCS and artificial sweeteners from three of its soft drink beverages in the near future, citing an April 10 Yahoo...
  • PepsiCo Simply
    It’s ‘simply’ and not ‘natural’ to PepsiCo
    For many years, consumers have shopped for “natural” products. The word “natural” was appropriate for food that allowed a person to follow a certain diet. “Natural” also was associated with non-food products,...
  • Gray area
    Sweetmyx story uncovers gray area in food additive regulation
    On March 11th, Senomyx issued a press release stating that its sweetness enhancer, Sweetmyx (also known as S617), had been accorded GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status. Multiple media outlets interpreted this to mean that the FDA had...
  • Gatorade to become D-Fenders jersey sponsor
    Gatorade partner with D-Fenders for Jersey Sponsorship
    The Los Angeles D-Fenders have announced a special jersey sponsorship agreement with Gatorade, further expanding the brand’s longstanding partnership with the Los Angeles Lakers organization. The Gatorade logo will now be featured on the...
  • Pepsi
    Pepsi's Cancerous Chemical
    According to a article on businessweek.com, dated July 5th, Pepsi is planning to drop chemical thathas lead peoples attention to its effect on the human body and that it might cause cancer. The chemical substance is known as 4-MEI, or most people...
  • Lil Wayne dropped from Pepsico
    Lil Wayne dropped from Pepsico
    After the Mountain Dew fiasco, PepsiCo is not taking any chances. The food and beverage giant has confirmed it has dropped rap superstar Lil Wayne as a pitchman due to public outrage over distasteful lyrics he made in a song about civil rights...
  • Lil Wayne
    PepsiCo cuts ties with Lil' Wayne
    PepsiCo will no longer have Lil’ Wayne promoting the company’s Mountain Dew drink after referencing Emmett Till as a metaphor in a remix version of the song, “Karate Chop”.For those who don’t know the history or...
  • Lil Wayne
    LiL Wayne dropped from Mountain Dew following Emmett Till controversy
    It seems like rappers are seriously suffering the consequences of recording offensive lyrics. Rick Ross was recently dropped by Reebok for his date rape lyrics and now Lil Wayne will suffer the same fate.According to reports, PepsiCo has...
  • Tyler the Creator and PepsiCo
    Tyler the Creator exploits the Illuminati in racially charged Mountain Dew ad
    After much criticism and outrage, the racially charged Mountain Dew ad featuring a gangster style goat named Felicia, was stricken down from the digital waves which sent its signal to millions of viewers. PepsiCo, which owns Mountain Dew...
  • Rapper Tyler, The Creator
    Tyler the Creator's Mountain Dew ad pulled for being racist
    Some may know Tyler the Creator as the hip-hop co-founder of Odd Futures. However, his new title as the temporary creative partner was short lived. When he collaborated with PepsiCo to create the new Mountain Dew ad, he became the new brain behind...