Blog: Is PepsiCo now leading the "green" field?
Michelle Russell | 16 March 2011
PepsiCo yesterday (15 March) unveiled a PET bottle made entirely of plant material, which it claims beats the technology of rival The Coca-Cola Co.
Two years ago, Coca-Cola introduced the PlantBottle, made using 30% plant-based materials, specifically sugar-cane waste. In comparison, PepsiCo's bottle will be 100% made from plant waste.
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