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17 Feb 2023


PepsiCo response

PepsiCo continues to condemn the horrific events and loss of life occurring in Ukraine as a result of Russia’s aggression. War is never the answer; this is a terrible humanitarian and economic tragedy that we condemn.

Our priority throughout the conflict has been supporting Ukraine in three different fronts. We focused on supporting our Ukranian 3,100 associates and their families. We contributed with $15 millions in resources for Ukrainian refugees and communities. We have also reactivated certain parts of our businesses in Ukraine, where it has been safe to do so.

We have demonstrated our opposition to the Russian invasion with definitive actions. We are committed to the measures announced relating to capital investment, advertising and promotional activities and the suspension of sales of our global beverage brands like Pepsi-Cola, Mirinda and 7-Up.