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Water stewardship has long been one of PepsiCo’s top priorities, and it's an important part of building a Positive Value Chain. As one of the first companies of our size to acknowledge water as a human right, we have a vision to become "net water positive." We have adopted an approach to watershed management that includes improving water-use efficiency across our value chain: on farms and in manufacturing facilities; replenishing water in the local watersheds that are most a…

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Water stewardship has long been one of PepsiCo’s top priorities, and it's an important part of building a Positive Value Chain. As one of the first companies of our size to acknowledge water as a human right, we have a vision to become "net water positive." We have adopted an approach to watershed management that includes improving water-use efficiency across our value chain: on farms and in manufacturing facilities; replenishing water in the local watersheds that are most at risk and where we operate; and increasing safe water access for communities that face scarcity. As a food and beverage company, PepsiCo is acutely aware of the critical role water plays in the food system, and it is our vision that wherever in the world PepsiCo operates, water resources will be in a better state because of our presence. We work to understand the water challenges at a local level and support collaborative solutions that address the specific needs of the watershed.

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PepsiCo’s response in these watersheds is to implement our global water strategy where we strive for Positive Water Impact in and near the communities where we work — meaning our efforts and collaborations will be designed to enable long-term, sustainable … Learn More

PepsiCo’s response in these watersheds is to implement our global water strategy where we strive for Positive Water Impact in and near the communities where we work — meaning our efforts and collaborations will be designed to enable long-term, sustainable … Learn More

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The objective of "Water for the Planet" is to establish a collaborative work between The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and PepsiCo to support the development and strengthening of the Water Funds, by investing in conservation actions to protect six supply areas … Learn More

As part of its goal to achieve 100% sustainably sourced potatoes, whole corn, oats, and oranges, is implementing the Sustainable Farming Program in 38 countries, provided 40,000 farmers with training and resources in field agronomy, efficient fertilizer and water use, … Learn More

To date, we have worked with water experts to establish the required processes and protocols, and have developed individual roadmaps in specific locations. In collaboration with the World Resources Institute, we undertook a study to evaluate our high-water risk crops, … Learn More

Work on the ground to make improvements on our water-use has included identifying opportunities in targeted locations, developing phased plans against each of those opportunities, ensuring farmers have the correct equipment, and developing plans to train farmers on the skills … Learn More

Another collaborative effort is taking place across Latin America, through a public-private partnership between PepsiCo, the PepsiCo Foundation and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The PepsiCo Foundation and the IDB teamed up in 2014 to address the mismatch between water … Learn More

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