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Powering up essential workers with Sting Energy Drink
The pandemic clearly showed us that not all heroes wear capes. We have our economic frontliners who make our lives easier and safer. They are the delivery riders, construction workers, and market vendors, among others. As the most festive season of the year nears, essential workers prepare for busier days ahead. They expect larger volumes of delivery, more traffic in grocery stores, and higher demand for their services. To get them going through their day, they need a little boost from energy drinks. Sting is one of the energy drinks known and well-loved among Filipino essential workers. It is a product of Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc. (PCPPI), the exclusive manufacturer of PepsiCo beverages in the country. Sting helps build the stamina needed to last a long and tough day. It sharpens the mind and body to endure taxing situations. “As we enter the last quarter of the year, we hope to power up our economic frontliners through Sting. Their commitment to their jobs, despite the threat of the pandemic, is commendable. PCPPI, for its part, continues to produce beverages that are not only refreshing but energizing as well,” said PCPPI president and chief executive officer Frederick D. Ong. Sting is a refreshing energy drink that gives one a positive kick. It comes in strawberry flavor in 300ml and 330ml bottles. It is available in supermarkets, groceries, convenience stores, and sari-sari stores nationwide. PCPPI is also the exclusive manufacturer of well-known beverage brands in the Philippines including Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, 7-Up, Mirinda, Gatorade, Tropicana, Lipton, Mug, Premier, Milkis, and Aquafina.
PCPPI celebrates Nutrition Month

Reminds public to keep body refreshed and healthy with vitamin-packed drinks The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. Even with the fast vaccination rollout in other countries, new COVID variants are surfacing. Now more than ever, we have to pay attention to our health and well-being. As we celebrate Nutrition Month this July, we need to improve our daily habits to boost our immune system. One of the most effective ways to strengthen our immune system is to take Vitamin C. According to research website,, Vitamin C has antiviral and antibacterial properties that help fight many diseases. Sources of Vitamin C Taking supplements is one way to get Vitamin C. Other sources are fruits and vegetables such as orange, guava, calamansi, papaya, strawberry, and broccoli, among others. Alternately, there are drinks in the market that can be an additional sources of Vitamin C. Tropicana Twister Orange contains Vitamins A, C & E while Tropicana Twister Juicy Pulp also contains real pulp sacs! Hydration Hydration is also critical in delivering nutrients in our body. Apart from water, coconut water is a great alternative as it contains high levels of electrolytes. Serving in a convenient form, Tropicana Coconut Water is 100 percent fresh and made from real coconut water. It is a good source of minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium that our body needs to regulate blood pressure and improve cell functions. Using Tetra Pak’s technology, Tropicana Coconut Water stays fresh, safe, and nutritious for up to eight months of shelf life. Tropicana Twister and Coconut Water are made by Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc., the exclusive manufacturer of PepsiCo beverages in the country. “We have always been committed to create refreshing drinks that also benefit our consumers’ health. With Tropicana Twister and Coconut Water, we help address the public needs for healthier beverage choices as we celebrate the Nutrition Month,” said PCPPI president and chief executive officer Frederick D. Ong. This year’s Nutrition Month calls for “continued efforts to address malnutrition in the country.” Let it be our habit to have nutritious food and drinks daily, and take advantage of healthy products that are readily available in the market.
“Responsible environmental stewardship” guides PCPPI in resource consumption

When the United Nations sought to develop initiatives to protect the environment, the 1987 Brundtland Commission defined the concept of sustainable development as “meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.“ Organizations around the world strive to align their sustainability goals and strategies with this in mind. For its long-term environmental, social, and governance (ESG) commitments, Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc. (PCCPI) is looking to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a reference. The company takes its role as a responsible environmental steward seriously, as it strives to manage its use of water, electricity, energy, and fuel in all its manufacturing facilities. By upholding the three pillars of sustainability, namely Circular Economy, Water Stewardship, and Inclusive Business, PCPPI is committed to creating a positive impact on society with programs focused on environmental sustainability, nation-building, and inclusive development. “For water, our target is to reduce usage by 10%; while for fuel, energy, and power, our goal is to reduce them by 4%. As of end-July this year, we have already reduced our total energy use by 1.5%, keeping us on track with our targets,” said Director for Manufacturing Walton Firmeza. The organization’s resource management policies are embodied in the Luntiang Yaman program, which focuses on five critical areas for environmental conservation and development; namely water usage reduction, electricity use optimization, fuel yield optimization, solid waste management, and community-building participation. These include the 3Rs approach to manage water consumption: reduce, re-use, and recycle. As for reducing its energy consumption, PCPPI focused on shifting to renewable energy as it will install solar panels in select manufacturing facilities for the project’s first phase. The move to solar power is seen to reduce the company’s dependency on grid electricity produced from fossil fuels. With the shift, PCPPI is looking reduce use of grid electricity in select plants up to 30%, while a reduction of 8% is expected in the organization’s total grid electricity usage. “We assess our organizational priorities based on where we can make the most impact. Among the initiatives we have in place addresses our use of water and energy for our returnable glass bottles (RGB),” Firmeza said. “Our bottle washers consumes most of a facilities’ energy. As such, we ensure that we use energy-efficient washers, conduct proper and regular maintenance, and train our teams on how they can help support our productivity goals,” he added. PCPPI’s programs reinforce the company’s sustainability agenda, in response to the global effort toward achieving the United Nations’ SDGs, specifically contributing to the targets of SDG 7 (Affordable & Clean Energy) and 13 (Climate Action). On track with its sustainability targets, PCPPI also strengthened its lightweighting efforts to reduce plastic content in its products and packaging. As the organization reported recently during its Annual Stockholders’ Meeting, another milestone achieved in 2022 was volume reduction of carton material used in its packaging by 99.1 metric tons. “Through these initiatives, we are able to reinforce our commitment to take action to protect our planet, while inspiring and empowering our people to do the same,” said Frederick D. Ong, PCPPI President and Chief Executive Officer.
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