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PepsiCo South America, Caribbean and Central America Foods (SACCAF)



PepsiCo is one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, with annual revenue of over U.S. $ 65 billion in 2011. PepsiCo South America, Central America and Caribbean Foods (SACCAF) is the company's food division for the region, with operations in 18 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay , Panama, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Caribbean Islands, totaling about 30 thousand employees. There are millions of consumers benefitting from their local and global brands in more than one million outlets.

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From a vision focused on Performance with Purpose, PepsiCo has created a set of promises released in 2010 with the objective of making its commitment tangible in all operations around the world. The 47 promises are divided into four main pillars: 

Performance, Human Sustainability, Environmental Sustainability and Talent Sustainability.

Climate change mitigation and adaptation are a core part of these promises. 

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Regional focus Caribbean and Central America
South America
Sector Education and training
Food security, agriculture, forestry and fisheries
Human health
Science, assessment, monitoring and early warning
Water resources
Adaptation delivery activity Capacity building
Climate-resilient development planning
Financial support
Knowledge management
Monitoring and evaluation
Pilot adaptation programmes/projects
Risk/vulnerability mapping
NWP work area Adaptation planning and practices
Climate modelling, scenarios and downscaling
Data and observations
Technologies for adaptation
Climate hazards Drought
Operational scale Regional

Organizations, institutions and private sector companies at all levels and in a wide range of sectors can become engaged with the NWP by becoming a partner and making Action Pledges. Information about how organizations can become engaged with work on adaptation under the NWP can be found here.