The Moscow enterprises of a large producer of soft drinks are included in the concept of “green production” that is relevant all over the world. It is planned to actively introduce the practices of regenerative agriculture, said Vladimir Yefimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations. This approach to production will provide great opportunities for preserving food and agricultural systems, he said.
Wimm-Bill-Dann is part of PepsiCo, the world’s largest food and beverage company. There are 2 Wimm-Bill-Dann factories in Moscow – Tsaritsinsky and Lianozovsky.
“The company works with suppliers to improve the quality and efficiency of raw milk production, which helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with dairy farming. By 2030, PepsiCo in Russia plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% compared to 2015 levels. Having the status of an industrial complex, the company’s Moscow enterprises receive significant tax benefits. Since 2016, they have managed to save about 400 million rubles, these funds are spent on the modernization of production, “- said Efimov.
Meanwhile, in 2019, the Tsaritsyn plant launched a line for the production of natural chilled juice, and Lianozovsky expanded the range of products.