Products found in over 200 countries; $43.3 billion revenue, 198,000 employees
Over 3,000 beverage products sold in over 200 countries; $31.9 billion revenue; 92,400 employees
In 2006, 43% of PepsiCo net revenues in North America came from Smart Spot products, and Smart Spot eligible products represented two-thirds of growth in North America; goal of deriving 50% of all U.S. revenues from Smart Spot eligible products by 2010
In 2007, Coke launched 450 new beverage products, including 150 low- and no-calorie options, increasing that share of its product portfolio by 17% from 2006 to 2007; to date, its 700+ low- and no-cal products, account for approximately 23% of their 2007 unit case volume
20 of 25: Environmental Sustainability Leadership Team and Environmental Council (2007) Established a leadership team to ensure that environmental impacts are considered in the organization
20 of 25: In 2008, the company started including sustainability as a tool to evaluate business plans and performance
Customer satisfaction in 2008 is 84%. Frito-Lay has 28 sites recognized by OSHA for safety; systematic wellness approach for staff, 60%+ participation rate for eligible employees 8%
Customer satisfaction in 2008 is 85%; 2.3 safety lost-time incident rate; Coke is expanding its nutrition labeling, but slowly 7%
A majority of employees have access to Pepsi’s stock-based compensation program; CEO earned 241-X an average employee’s salary 14%
Employees may contribute 10% or up to $8,000 to the stock option plan; CEO earned 477-X an average employee’s salary 10%
As of 2006, Frito-Lay achieved a GHG reduction of 8.8% from 2002 baseline and reduction of 16.1% from 1999 baseline In 2007, Pepsi reduced its “absolute distribution footprint” (energy) by 4.3% despite shipping 10.3% more products 11%
300 billion liters of water used overall in 2007, a 2% decrease since 2002; 2.47 liters of water/liter of product in 2007; 85% compliance with internal water treatment standards in 2007 9%
LEED certification in some facilities, internal audits; 26 PepsiCo International facilities are ISO 14001 certified 12%
Coke’s system has 146 facilities that are OHSAS 18001 certified, including 37 of our Company-owned sites 12%
Difference between Pepsi & Coke
Pepsi and Coca-Cola, are both a type of cola. Cola is a drink that was created in 1886 by John Pemberton, a pharmacist. The drink is made from a flavored syrup combined with carbonated water. Coca-Cola was the first brand of cola created. These days there are hundreds of different brands of cola worldwide.
According to the Coca-Cola company, Coke is the world's most popular soft drink. Coca-Cola is manufactured as a syrup and then mixed with carbonated water and sugar at bottling plants around the world. The ingredients list for the syrup is kept totally secret and is rumored to be locked in a bank vault in Atlanta, Georgia. Sources with access to John Pemberton's diary report that the original recipe included a mixture of "orange, cinnamon, lemon, coriander, nutmeg and neroli."
Pepsi-Cola was created in 1898 by a pharmacist named Caleb Bradham in North Carolina. His business was incorporated in 1903, and he started it out of the back room of his pharmacy. Pepsi-Cola was first advertised as "exhilarating, invigorating" and as a digestive aid. During the Great Depression in the 1930s, Pepsi-Cola increased in popularity when the drink was reduced to 5 cents per bottle instead of 10. While Pepsi's original recipe is unconfirmed, it is said to be a mixture of flavor oils similar but not identical to those of Coca-Cola.
Organisational structure and culture
–Departmentalization organizational structure
A unique culture
They believe it's down to the unique culture that they share at Coca-Cola and that they nurture...
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