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Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG) has said that seventeen regional Pepsi bottlers have formed a regional manufacturing joint venture called Pepsi Northwest Beverages.

Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG) has said that seventeen regional Pepsi bottlers have formed a regional manufacturing joint venture called Pepsi Northwest Beverages. The joint venture, which will be 56% owned by PBG, will manufacture and distribute products to parts of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska, as well as one market in Northern California. According to PBG, the volume will represent 3% of Pepsi's total bottle and can volume in the U.S. market. PBG is the biggest bottler of Pepsi drinks in the United States.
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Comment:Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG) has said that seventeen regional Pepsi bottlers have formed a regional manufacturing joint venture called Pepsi Northwest Beverages.(BUSINESS BRIEFS ...)
Publication:Food & Drink Weekly
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 24, 2006
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