Transforming the Marketplace

PepsiCo

2018 Progress Report

Year Committed: 2017
Length of Commitment: 10 years

Utilize PHA’s third-party verification process to verify specific calorie and sodium reduction goals to be achieved by 2025 that were announced in October 2016.

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Verified Results

    • Commitment Element

      At least two-thirds of PepsiCo's global beverage portfolio volume sold will have 100 calories or fewer per 12-ounce serving. This includes all beverages (i.e., fountain, bottled, etc.).
    • Progress To Date

      In 2017, 43% of the beverage volume sold across PepsiCo’s top 10 beverage markets, representing 62% of global beverage volume sold, had 100 calories or fewer from added sugars per 12 ounce serving. Beginning in 2017, PepsiCo also reported progress based on its top 26 beverage markets, representing 80% of global beverage volume sold. In 2017, 40% of the beverage volume sold across PepsiCo’s top 26 beverage markets had 100 calories or fewer from added sugars per 12 ounce serving. Going forward, PepsiCo plans to continue to report progress on its top 26 beverage markets.

    • Implementation Date

      December 2026
    • Reporting Date

      October 2018
    • Commitment Element

      At least three-fourths of PepsiCo's global foods portfolio volume sold will not exceed 1.1 grams of saturated fat per 100 Calories.
    • Progress To Date

      In 2017, 66% of the food volume sold across PepsiCo’s top 10 foods markets, representing 78% of global food volume sold, had 1.1 grams of saturated fat or less per 100 calories. Beginning in 2017, PepsiCo also reported progress based on its top 23 foods markets, representing 90% of global food volume sold. In 2017, 61% of the food volume sold across PepsiCo’s top 23 foods markets had 1.1 grams of saturated fat or less per 100 calories. Going forward, PepsiCo plans to continue to report progress on its top 23 foods markets.

    • Implementation Date

      December 2026
    • Reporting Date

      October 2018
    • Commitment Element

      At least three-fourths of PepsiCo's global foods portfolio volume sold will not exceed 1.3 milligrams of sodium per calorie.
    • Progress To Date

      In 2017, 55% of the food portfolio volume sold across PepsiCo’s top 10 foods markets, representing 78% of global food volume sold, had 1.3 milligrams of sodium or less per calorie. Beginning in 2017, PepsiCo also reported progress based on its top 23 foods markets, representing 90% of global food volume sold. In 2017, 56% of PepsiCo’s top 23 foods markets had 1.3 milligrams of sodium or less per calorie. Going forward, PepsiCo plans to continue to report progress on its top 23 foods markets.

    • Implementation Date

      December 2026
    • Reporting Date

      October 2018

Partner Statement

“At PepsiCo, we have embedded sustainability into everything we do through a governing philosophy called Performance with Purpose - our commitment to making healthier products, protecting our planet and empowering our associates and the communities we serve. Our Performance with Purpose goals outline our vision for the future.

"Helping to create a healthier relationship between people and food means continuing to transform our product offerings and increase people’s access to more nutritious options. We have set goals focused on reducing added sugars, sodium, and saturated fat in our products and expanding our portfolio. Through these commitments, we are moving our business towards more nutritious options so it’s easier for our customers to maintain a healthy diet.

"At PepsiCo, we are proud of the progress reported by Partnership for a Healthier America’s (PHA) third-party verification. For the second consecutive year, PHA’s results reinforce our commitment to delivering change across our company, value chain, industry and the world. As a company which sells products in more than 200 countries and territories around the globe, we feel a great responsibility to deliver regular and transparent reporting of our progress. Moving forward, we plan to have our data verified by PHA annually.”