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PepsiCo, Inc

USA

Company's website: pepsico.com

T: 914-253-3055

Public company (РЕР)

Contact: Indra Nooyi, Chairperson and CEO

PepsiCo, Inc (PepsiCo) is the world’s second and Russia’s largest food and beverage manufacturer. The company’s key businesses include Frito-Lay (snacks), Quaker (grains and cereals), Pepsi-Cola (carbonated and non-carbonated beverages), Gatorade (sports and functional beverages) and Tropicana (juices), which are represented in 200 countries of the world.

Indra Nooyi
Indra Nooyi, Chairman and Chief Executive
Officer of PepsiCo, Inc
«We take pride in the fact that our beverage became the first product of the Western mass market sold in the USSR. We have and will keep on building strong and robust business here. After adding Wimm-Bill-Dann brand to PepsiCo product portfolio, we became the industry leader in the production of food and beverages in Russia – a strategic, booming market with abundant opportunities. We are interested in the development of Russia’s agricultural sector and will offer assistance to Russian farmers.»
PepsiCo Inc. in the world



Annual retail sales
for each of these 22 brands
EXCEED
$1 BLN
PepsiCo Inc. in Russia
 

1938 – Pepsi trademark registered in the Soviet Union.

1974 – First Pepsi bottling plant opened in Novorossiysk.

1979 – Start of Pepsi sales in branded kiosks in Moscow.

6 February 1981 – Pepsi Cola production launched in Novosibirsk.

1988 – Company showed the first advertising video in the history of the Soviet television broadcasting.

1990 – Pepsi bottling volume doubled.

1992 – First supplies of Lay’s potato chips to Russia.

1996 – Company initiated potato vendors support program in Russia. Today, 85% of potatoes supplied to the company’s factories come from Russian farms.

1997 – Pepsi bottling plant opened in Samara.

1998 – Pepsi bottling plant opened in Yekaterinburg.

1999 – Pepsi bottling plant opened in St. Petersburg.

2002 – Russia’s first FritoLay plant opened in Kashira.

2008 – PepsiCo purchased one of Russia’s leading juice businesses – JSC Lebedyansky, thus becoming the leader on the Russian juice market.

2008 – Company opened an innovative beverage production train based on hot filling technology in Yekaterinburg, which was the first production train of this sort in Russia and globally.

2009 – Pepsi bottling plant opened in Domodedovo. It is the largest soft beverage enterprise in Europe and the world’s largest manufacturer of Pepsi drinks.

2009 – Company announces its intent to invest in the development of production capacities and allocation of $1 bln in the course of three years.

2010 – Russia’s second FritoLay plant opens in the town of Azov, Rostov Region.

2011 – Company closed one of the largest deals ever: PepsiCo purchased Wimm-Bill-Dann, Russia’s largest manufacturer of juices and dairy products. This deal made Russia the second largest market for PepsiCo.

2012 – Company launched dairy vendors support program in Russia.

2013 – PepsiCo joined the Social Charter of Russian Business.

2013 – The second FritoLay plant opened in Azov.

PepsiCo plants in Russia
1
Novorossiysk
2
Novosibirsk
3
Samara
4
Yekaterinburg
5
St. Petersburg
6
Domodedovo
7
Kashira
8
Azov
Wimm-Bill-Dann plants

PepsiCo purchased Wimm-Bill-Dann in 2011


9
St. Petersburg
10
Ramenskoye
11
Obninsk
12
Kursk
13
Krasnodar
14
Voronezh
15
Belgorod
16
29
Moscow
17
30
Tula
18
Nizhny Novgorod
19
Samara
20
Ufa
21
Tuymazy
22
Pervouralsk
23
Surgut
24
Omsk
25
Novosibirsk
26
Angarsk
27
Vladivostok
28
Essentuki
JSC Lebedyansky plant

PepsiCo purchased JSC Lebedyansky in 2008


31
Lebedyan

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