Pepsi gets aggressive on cutting sugar from its drinks
Pepsi says it's getting serious about cutting sugar from its drinks. The global food giant said on Monday that two-thirds of its single serving drinks will have 100 or fewer calories by 2025 as it cuts back on sugar. Currently, less than 40% of its drinks have 100 calories or fewer. PepsiCo -- which also owns brands including Gatorade and Tropicana -- said the change was driven by shifting consumer needs and new dietary guidelines from the World Health Organization.