US: PepsiCo eyes continued health and functional innovation

By Michelle Russell | 17 August 2010

PepsiCo has told just-drinks that it expects to benefit from "significant" investment in functional and healthy food and beverages in all markets, as Governments seek to tighten restrictions on the marketing of 'junk foods and beverages' to children.

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PepsiCo has told just-drinks that it expects to benefit from "significant" investment in functional and healthy food and beverages in all markets, as Governments seek to tighten restrictions on the marketing of 'junk foods and beverages' to children.

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