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Brand History

Pepsi is a hundred-year-old brand loved by over 200 million people worldwide. Pepsi is ubiquitous on just about every social occasion.

  • Youngistaan loves it. 200 million people worldwide love it. But what has made Pepsi the single largest selling soft drink brand in India is actually a formula concocted a century ago in a faraway continent.
  • 1886, the US. Caleb Bradman, a man with a plan formulated a blockbuster of a digestive drink and decided to call it Brad’s drink. The potion was to become Pepsi Cola in 1898, and eventually, Pepsi in 1903.
  • Since its inception, Pepsi has always been at the forefront of the beverage industry and has come up with revolutionary concepts such as Diet Pepsi, 2l bottles, recyclable plastic cola bottles and the enviable My Can.

Brand Advantage

  • Pepsi has become a friend to youth and youth culture. Over generations, youngsters have grown up with Pepsi and have shared an emotional connect with it unlike with any other cola brand. Be it parties, hangouts with friends, or just another day at home, a day is never complete without the fizz of Pepsi!
  • Pepsi has always fuelled youth passions like cricket, Bollywood, music and now football. Youth icons like MS Dhoni, Ranbir Kapoor, Didier Drogba, Virendar Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone have endorsed Pepsi since its launch in India.
  • Pepsi Changed the Game during the 2011 cricket world cup by challenging convention, celebrating the unorthodox and by becoming  the official sponsor of everything that was unofficial about the sport!  Change the Game even as a thought has gained enormous popularity and generated tremendous  buzz.
  • Taking the same theme forward in 2012, Pepsi changed the game yet again by taking the lead in celebrating the exciting new platform of football. Having brought the biggest international football stars and pitching them against the mighty Indian cricketers in a classic faceoff for Pepsi – is something which only a brand like Pepsi can deliver.

Quick Brand Facts

  • Flagship brand of PepsiCo.
  • 100 year old brand loved by over 200 million people worldwide.
  • An iconic youth brand in India.
Pepsi - Nutritional Facts & Ingredient Details
  • Pepsi
    NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (Approx.)
    Per 100ml
    Energy kcal43
    Total Carbohydrate g10.9
    of which Sugars* g10.9
    Protein g0
    Total Fat g0
    Saturated Fat g0
    Trans Fat g0

    * Total Sugars

    INGREDIENTS
    • Carbonated Water
    • Sugar (10.4%)
    • Acidity regulator(338)
    • Caffeine
    CONTAINS PERMITTED NATURAL COLOUR (150d) AND ADDED FLAVOUR (NATURAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES)
  • Diet Pepsi
    NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (Approx.)
    Per 100ml
    Energy kcal 0.3
    Total Carbohydrate g 0
    of which Sugars* g0
    Protein g0
    Total Fat g 0
    Saturated Fat g 0
    Trans Fat g 0

    * Total Sugars

    INGREDIENTS
    • Carbonated Water
    • Acidity Regulators(338,331,330)
    • Sweeteners(951,950)
    • Preservative(211)
    • Caffeine
    CONTAINS PERMITTED NATURAL COLOUR (150d) AND ADDED FLAVOUR (NATURAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES)
    • No Artificial Flavouring
    • No Added Sugar
    • CONTAINS NO FRUIT
    • CONTAINS CAFFEINE
    • CONTAINS ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS AND FOR CALORIE CONSCIOUS
    • Not recommended for children
    • Not for Phenylketonurics