On the money: Commodities remain "major headwind" for PepsiCo

By Michelle Russell | 10 February 2011

PepsiCo has said that it expects a "highly competitive environment" in 2011, with commodity costs remaining a "major headwind" for the snacks and beverage giant.

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PepsiCo has said that it expects a "highly competitive environment" in 2011, with commodity costs remaining a "major headwind" for the snacks and beverage giant.

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