PepsiCo is collaborating with Archer Daniels Midland Co. to incorporate carbon-friendly practises across American farmland. The move is expected to eliminate 1.4 million metric tonnes of greenhouse gases. It would be done through regenerative practises that enrich the soil and put carbon back into the ground. Other major names to have adopted this are General Mills, Cargill, and Walmart. The target would be 60,000 corn, soy and wheat producers across Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Nebraska. So far, the company has converted 345,000 acres of land and aims to reach 7 million acres.