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PepsiCo Europe plans to replace fossil plastic with recyclable plastic for its chips packaging

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PepsiCo Europe aims to cut fossil plastic, made from oil, from all of its chips packaging by 2030. Instead, the brand plans to use 100% recyclable and compostable plastic containing polypropylene, also known as mono-materials. Initially, the shift in packaging will be implemented on the Lay’s range in France, followed by Walkers, Lay’s and Doritos range in Europe in 2022. PepsiCo is investing in design, infrastructure, and packaging material to establish a circular economy for packaging in Europe to fulfil its pep+ or PepsiCo positive goal.

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