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Pepsi Co. commits more than $45M to coronavirus food, PPE initiatives
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With worldwide relief efforts in place to combat the coronavirus pandemic, Pepsi Co. announced a more than $45 million global initiative to support communities impacted by the outbreak.
The food and beverage giant said Thursday the funding will go toward protective gear for health care workers, testing and screening services and that it will distribute more than 50 million nutritious meals worldwide.