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PepsiCo signs agreement with Partnership for a Healthier America

5/12/17 - 3:17pm
Move advances PepsiCo’s 2025 sustainability agenda

Supporting its continuing investment in healthier food and beverage products, PepsiCo, Inc. has entered into an agreement with Partnership for a Healthier America to independently report and verify its progress against its previously outlined goals to transform its product portfolio and offer healthier options.

By 2025, PepsiCo expects that:

  • At least two-thirds of its global beverage portfolio volume sold will have 100 calories or fewer from added sugars per 12-oz. serving.
  • At least three-quarters of its global foods portfolio volume sold will not exceed 1.1g of saturated fat per 100 calories.
  • At least three-quarters of its global foods portfolio volume sold will not exceed 1.3 million milligrams of sodium per calorie.

PepsiCo also is focusing on offering more positive nutrition, such as whole grains, fruit and vegetables, dairy, protein and hydration, and greater access to nutritious foods and beverages in underserved communities.

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