INDIA: PepsiCo to create fruit, vegetable sourcing hub

By Kevin Jacobs | 26 February 2008

Pepsico India is building up a strong domestic supply of fruits and vegetables to be self sufficient in producing its own - and competitors' - brands in the Asia region.

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Pepsico India is building up a strong domestic supply of fruits and vegetables to be self sufficient in producing its own - and competitors' - brands in the Asia region.

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