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Pepsico to use more Indian-grown fruits in its products to support government's development goals, says Indra Nooyi

03-March-2017
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Pepsico to use more Indian-grown fruits in its products to support government's development goals, says Indra Nooyi

Indra K Nooyi, Chairman & CEO, PepsiCo met Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi yesterday in New Delhi. Nooyi discussed PepsiCo’s investments in India with Modi during the crucial meeting. Nooyi, who is currently on a brief visit to India, also offered the company’s support in the government’s efforts to deliver on national development goals.

Nooyi also discussed with Modi on how PepsiCo can grow and also use more Indian fruits in its products.

 “As I shared with Prime Minister Modi, PepsiCo is well-positioned to help the government deliver on the national development goals he has outlined for farmers and supporting their livelihoods. The Prime Minister and I had an engaging dialogue on how PepsiCo is making investments to grow, process and use more Indian-grown fruit juice in our sparkling beverages. We also discussed our launch of new Quaker Oats products that take traditional recipes and add in whole grain Quaker Oats to help Indians start their day in a healthy way,” said Nooyi.

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