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PepsiCo has announced plans to invest $21.5m in creating plants to produce its purified bottled water brand, Aquafina. Asia Pulse has reported that US-based PepsiCo plans to set up 12 manufacturing plants and will commission the first batch of six by April this year - each will have a manufacturing capacity in the region of 160 bottles per minute.


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