Pepsi is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Today we look inside Pepsi factory to see how it’s made!
Pepsi-Cola was launched in 1893 by the American pharmacist Caleb Bradham in New Bern, North Carolina. At the beginning, the drink was called Brad’s Drink and was produced at the creator’s house. Later the name was changed to Pepsi-Cola. The word “pepsi” comes from pepsine. The drink originally had the addition of this enzyme and was intended to be used as a cure for indigestion.
Today we can find it in almost every store in the world, in cafes and restaurants, including global chains. Pepsi is available in KFC, Pizza Hut, Burger King and many more.
In addition to Pepsi, PepsiCo produces 7UP drinks, Mirinda, Schweppes, Lipton Ice Tea, Mountain Dew, as well as snacks. Lay’s crisps (advertised by Leo Messi), Cheetos and Sunbites are their best knwn snacks.
But let’s head back to Pepsi and it’s production in Poland. To see the Pepsi production process, we visit the plant in Michrów.
Let’s see how its made!
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