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Marketing Mix of Pepsi
PepsiCo is one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, with 2007 annual revenues of more than $39 billion. The company employs approximately 185,000 people worldwide, and its products are sold in approximately 200 countries through four P's of the Marketing Mix which are following. 1. 2. 3. 4. Product Promotion Place Price
1. Pepsi Products
AMP Energy More Power to You Aquafina Make your body happy! Dole Juice Healthy juices on the go
Ethos Water Helping children get clean water.
Gatorade Is it in you?
G2 Off field hydration.
Lipton Brisk It’s bold. It’s refreshing. It’s Lipton Brisk.
Lipton Iced Tea Refreshment comes in many flavors.
Lipton Pure Leaf Tea Lipton Tea can do that.
.Mountain Dew Do the Dew Diet Mountain Dew How Dew does diet Mug Root Beer The taste you crave No Fear Man Up! Pepsi It’s the cola Pepsi Max The Invigorating Cola Propel Made for bodies in motion Sierra Mist It’s that refreshing SoBe Healthy refreshment SoBe Life Water Thrillicious Starbucks Coffee Drinks A new way to refresh TAVA Is your TAVA open? Quality Pepsi follows one quality standard across the globe. In order to ensure that consumers stay informed about the global quality of all Pepsi products sold in World. Pepsi products carry a quality assurance seal on them. Pepsi has a long-standing commitment to protecting the consumers whose trust and confidence in its products is the bedrock of its success.
3-0. What goes into a soft drink? Composition of a Sugar-containing Soft Drink • • • • Water: 86-90% Sugar: 10-13% CO2: 0.7% Concentrate: 0. Pepsi require the incoming water to be purified even further. At a minimum.4% Water Quality: Incoming Water Water accounts for the bulk of all beverages including colas.2-0. How do Pepsi ensure this? • • Every water source used for PepsiCo beverages must first be analytically qualified. the water used in PepsiCo soft drinks must be as safe as possible for human consumption.The ‘One Quality Worldwide’ assurance seal appears on the entire range of Pepsi’s beverages. every plant in world employs a dual back-to-back carbon filter. In other words. . which includes using accredited laboratories to test for at least 100 parameters At every plant. using a variety of processes.
All ingredients used also conform to standards laid out by the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act under the health ministry Sugar • • • Sugar accounts for 10 to 13% of a soft drink Sugar must meet high standards of quality. USFDA and EU Scientific Committee for Foods. sugar. which are uniform for all of Pepsi beverage plants across the globe. colors. including non agricultural have been analyzed by outside laboratories All ingredients including flavors. and flavor testing. other ingredients. acidulants. all of Pepsi plants in World further purify sugar with hot activated carbon and fine filtration. which make up less than 1% of Pepsi finished beverages. emulsifiers. anti-oxidants and low-calorie sweeteners are food grade and have been approved by global food standards like the JECFA/CODEX.Standards for flavors and other ingredients • • • • Pepsi flavor concentrates. . preservatives. All of Pepsi sugar manufacturers must undergo the same supplier qualification process To add to Pepsi already high quality standards. also are diligently controlled Each supplier must submit written verification that each lot of ingredient shipped to Pepsi facilities meets Pepsi strict specifications In addition to water.
Quality of sugar At Pepsi. proceed to next stage Supplier to send test sample to independent outside lab Lab informs supplier of results Supplier shares data with Pepsi Review data & decide whether to proceed to the next stage Audit supplier's plant Review their quality procedures Determine ability to supply COC/COA Ensure that the supplier is capable & willing to consistently comply with the Pepsi sugar specifications "Conditional" approval Supplier can being supplying from approved refinery Pepsi or outside lab tests first 10 deliveries against COA Supplier submits sample from beginning. sugar is bought only from approved sugar mills after a rigorous supplier qualification process described below: Perform self-assessment tool to evaluate current sugar situation and knowledge base • • Self Assessment Paper Audit • • Provide supplier with Pepsi sugar specification Get requests into from supplier: o Type of sugar o Manufacturing flow chart o Supplier's Quality process & checkpoints Supplier submits information Quality and Procurement review supplier data & if complete. middle and end of production session to an outside lab and all have been approved . middle and end of session to outside lab Pepsi/supplier share results of analyses • Sample Submission • • • On-site Audit • • • • • • Conditional Approval • • • Full Approval " Final approval status granted after supplier has met COA requirements on 10 separate lots of sugar and has submitted sample from beginning.
revocation of "Approval" & shipments are halted • After sugar is received in the beverage plant. Pepsi achieve this by subjecting each supplier to a rigorous supplier qualification process. including the new regulations for carbonated soft. Note. odour. Pepsi & Supplier meet to develop corrective action plan If problem is not solved. however. it undergoes further purification Summary • • • Pepsi products are safe Pepsi analyze water. sugar and flavorings in accordance with the best international guidelines Pepsi products comply with most stringent international regulations. Carbon Dioxide • • • • The CO2 in each bottle of Pepsi surpasses that recognised for medical applications. middle and end of production season to outside lab for complete analysis Lab informs supplier of results If sample fails. and microbes to achieve Pepsi's Global Specifications. it is subjected to further treatment to reduce impurities. Design . that white milled sugar has no standard for pesticide residue as it is a processed agri-product. each batch carries certificates of analysis and compliance Once the CO2 reaches a bottling plant.• Maintain Approved Status • • Supplier sends sample from beginning. colour. which includes a complete audit of refineries and testing from approved international laboratories Further.
Brand Name Packaging .
Regular Pepsi (250 ml) Pepsi Can or Tin (300 ml) Pepsi Disposable (500 ml) Pepsi (1 Liter) .
5 Liter) Pepsi (2. the products and services it offers.Pepsi (1. to favorably influence target customers’ perceptions to facilitate exchange between the marketer and the customer that may satisfy the objective of both customer and the company. Through TV we have seen different advertisements of its products such as . services and ideas etc. Advertising Advertising is any paid form of non-personal mass communication through various media to present and promote product. PepsiCo has advertised its products through many different ways and media.25 Liter) 2. their features and influence their attitudes favorably. A company’s promotional efforts are the only controllable means to create awareness among publics about itself. by an identified sponsor. Pepsi Promotion Promotion is a key element of marketing program and is concerned with effectively and efficiently communicating the decisions of marketing strategy.
Applicant must have 20. 000. while selecting the appropriate dealers or wholesalers. Direct distribution: o Delivery of post mix cylinders & handling of key accounts: The key accounts are different wholesalers. restaurants and hotels like Pizza Hut. the distribution is taken back and an addition of new distributor is done. Depending on the nature of the product. like sports. These are known as national key accounts and are very important in terms of competition. Therefore Pepsi’s supply is low supply uncertainty. And also through Posters a message has been sent to a lot of people to be aware of the products which PepsiCo offers. Some of its supply source capabilities are: Less breakdowns High quality Flexible supply capacity Mature production process 4. KFC. marketing management decides to put into place an exclusive. 3. PepsiCo has advertised a wide range of products it offers to its customers. PepsiCo also advertise its products by targeting those favorable television programs. Pepsi Price . Metro which serve as a place for key sale. If the distributor does not achieve its sales target. series and also PepsiCo uses some events like “Pepsify Karogey?” to promote its products.000 as a security.000 cases of empty bottles. selective or intensive network of distribution.1. Pepsi Place Decisions with respect to distribution channel focus on making the product available in adequate quantities at places where customers are normally expected to shop for them to satisfy their needs. This is usually done through taking over key revenue areas.Pepsi or Dew. Applicant must deposit Rs. Through newspapers like Jung and Dawn. Export Parties Through Base market distributors Through Outstation distributors o Indirect distribution: o o Before delivering the product some certain guiding principles are followed for the assessment of distributor’s capability: Applicant must have 20 to 25 vehicles (depending on the area).
as price is a major factor that influences the assessment of value obtained by customers. depending on the use and the targeted customers. credit terms etc. influence the development of marketing strategy. 15/- Pepsi Can (300 ml) Rs. Price is the only marketing mix variable that can be altered quickly. 25/- Pepsi Disposable (500 ml) Rs. 60/- . Sample List of Price Regular Pepsi (250 ml) Rs. 50/- Pepsi (2. particularly in case of products that are ego intensive of technology based. Pepsi being a company which emphasizes product quality. allowances. 30/- Pepsi (1. Price variables such as dealer price. discounts. 25/- Pepsi (1 Liter) Rs. retail price.Pricing decisions are almost always made in consultation with marketing management.5 Liter) Rs.25 Liter) Rs. it tends to sell its products with price range from moderately low to high prices. Supplier Manufacturer Distributor Retailer Customer Customers directly relate price to quality.
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