Innovation holds the key to PepsiCo's success, said Mehmood Khan

PepsiCo: product innovation is the key to success

By Rick Pendrous

Global food and drink giant PepsiCo’s future success will hinge on it continuing to innovate, differentiate itself from the competition and raise its operational efficiency to grow its consumer base, according to the company's executive vice president.

Tags Crisps founder John Tague plans to become a snacks magnate

Crisp boss wants 10% of the market

By Nicholas Robinson

Founding a brand is easy, John Tague tells Nicholas Robinson, but getting into the multiples is difficult.

Tags Tasty Crisps plans to take flavours such as salt & vinegar into more supermarket chains next year

Tags Tasty Crisps on target for growth

By Rod Addy

Family firm Tags Tasty Crisps has clinched a supply deal with Tesco and is close to securing deals with two other major grocery multiples.

It's in the bag for Seabrook

It's in the bag for Seabrook

By Rod Addy

The pages of magazines are littered with over-eager brands all boasting amazingly optimistic growth plans, which stretch the bounds of credibility. Seabrook Crisps might easily be mistaken for one of them if it weren't for the fact that, in Seabrook's...

PepsiCo UK admits missing reformulation targets

PepsiCo UK admits missing reformulation targets

By Graham Holter and Ben Bouckley

PepsiCo UK admits it has not hit all its self-imposed targets to make products healthier, but says the economy and technical challenges are partly to blame.

In the bag

In the bag

Will hunger for healthier food-on-the-go increase pressure to reformulate traditional bagged snacks? Gail Hunt asks


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