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MS Dhoni's 11-year innings with PepsiCo ends, Virat Kohli the ...

NEW DELHI: PepsiCo has ended its 11-year association with MS Dhoni, the captain of India's one-day and Twenty20 cricket teams, indicating that the flamboyant cricketer's marathon run with advertisers may be slowing down. The 35-year-old cricketer, ... Economic Times, 46 minutes ago

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7Up becomes first fizzy drink in India to use the stevia sweetener

NEW DELHI: PepsiCo's stevia revolution will start with 7Up in India. If it works, the plant based sweetener could be used in the company's products across the range. Following the government's suggestion that it reduce sugar in beverages, ...
 Economic Times3 days ago PepsiCo's stevia revolution will start with 7Up in India  Agron Food Processing3 days ago

SRK-Pepsi, Katrina Kaif-Slice: Before Deepika Padukone, these celebs made their brands cool

Deepika Padukone was announced as the face of Vistara Airlines. After Katrina Kaif, Padukone is only the second Indian actress to endorse an airline (Katrina did an ad for Etihad). As much as the Nike ' Da da ding ' ad was criticised, it still ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago

See India as huge opportunity, to invest more in future: PepsiCo

- By The company has already set up a huge facility in Sri City in Andhra Pradesh and one can expect more investments to come in. Indian market is a huge opportunity in the consumer goods area, said D Shivakumar, CEO &
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago INDIA: We See Market As A Huge Opportunity PepsiCo  SPi World News1 week ago India Water Enhancer Market-Growth, Trends And Forecast (2015-2020) - Research and Markets  4 Traders1 month ago The Current Trends and Future Growth in Bottled Water Market by 2014 - 2020  SlideShare.net6 days ago

INDIA: RJ Corp CEO's and#36;5bn Dream

World News: 07:29 GMT Wednesday 17th August 2016 . [ ] This story PepsiCo bottler RJ Corp's chief Ravi Jaipuria sees dairy and retail as sectors that will drive growth for the company. Read the full article on The Mint website (more…) Read ...
 SPi World News1 week ago Ravi Jaipuria's $5-billion dream  Livemint.com1 week ago

PepsiCo to launch more fruit-based fizzy drinks

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Aug. 2 -- PepsiCo India, the fully-owned subsidiary of New York-based multinational, which sells food, snack and beverage, will soon have more ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago Coca-Cola, PepsiCo to launch more fizzy fruit drinks  Hospitality Biz India3 weeks ago Fruit-based drinks displace fizzy drinks from top 5 beverage brands in India  Hospitality Biz India3 weeks ago PepsiCo and Coca Cola to Launch More Fruit Based Fizzy Drinks  NDTV3 weeks ago

Top television ads in May: Drink some, win some

An advertisement for PepsiCo India took the first position in the top of the mind ad survey for May It took a while, but the party from Ibiza did make an appearance at the top of the Mint-Ipsos-TVAdIndx survey, for the month of May. The television ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Top television ads in June: Airtel makes a clean sweep  Livemint.com1 month ago Top television ads in May: Pepsi gets the party going  Livemint.com1 month ago
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Mercedes, General Electric Among 'Make In India' Investors: Government

New Delhi: Domestic and foreign companies like Mercedes Benz India, General Electric, Toshiba and PepsiCo have made investments under the government's 'Make in India' scheme between 2014 and 2016, Parliament was informed on Tuesday. "Investments ...
 NDTV1 month ago Mercedes, GE among 'Make in India' investors: Govt  Business Standard1 month ago Mercedes, GE, Toshiba, PepsiCo among Make in India investors  Millennium Post1 month ago Mercedes, Isuzu, among 'Make in India' investors: Govt  Economic & India Times Auto.com1 month ago

FSSAI gives clean chit to Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Bisleri

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), which had recently asked state Food Commissioners to pull up those packaged drinking water companies that were operating without its licence, on Tuesday gave a clean chit to Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and ...
 Business Line1 month ago Packaged water: PepsiCo, Coca Cola, Bisleri have valid license  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago PepsiCo, Coca Cola and Bisleri get clean chit from FSSAI for their packaged water  Agron Food Processing1 month ago FSSAI wants water packaging units to get its licence  Rediff.com2 months ago
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ASCI upholds complaints against PepsiCo & Patanjali

Our Bureau, Mumbai | ASCI's (Advertising Standard Council of India) Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) upheld complaints against PepsiCo India, Britannia Industries Ltd, Sri Sri Ayurveda Trust, Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd, Bhaskar Venkatesh Products ...
 Agron Food Processing3 weeks ago ASCI pulls up firms for 109 misleading ads  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago ASCI upholds complaints against 109 out of 155 advertisements  Domain-B3 weeks ago ASCI Update: Complaints against 109 out of 155 ads upheld in May 2016  Agencyfaqs!3 weeks ago
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