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Food and Beverage Giant Joins Kannapolis Research Center
Date:10/20/2008

  • Promoting Healthy Kids Lifestyles. PepsiCo understands the value the in helping kids lead healthier lives by offering healthy product choices in schools, by developing healthy products that appeal to kids and by promoting programs that encourage kids to lead active lives.

  • "At PepsiCo, we recognize the need to stay at the forefront of nutrition knowledge. Increasingly, future innovation will be driven by leading-edge science," said Mehmood Khan, PepsiCo's Chief Scientific Officer. "Through our partnership with the North Carolina Research Campus, we're confident that the collaborative research of some of the world's leading nutrition academic researchers and PepsiCo scientists will result in further advancement in nutrition and health and ultimately the best products for consumers." Dr. Khan, an endocrinologist and veteran of pharmaceutical industry, guides the PepsiCo's long-term research strategy and agenda for business opportunities.

    The prospect of having the top industry and academic scientists on one Campus is compelling on its own. But when coupled with top research facilities and scientific instrumentation, this strategy will truly enable the great new discoveries to get to the consumers much quicker, says Clyde Higgs, Vice President, Business Development for the Research Campus.

    About the NC Research Campus
    Planned as a public-private partnership on 350-acres of real estate in Kannapolis (Charlotte), the North Carolina Research Campus combines the research power of nine world-renowned universities and colleges in North Carolina. It is the vision of David H. Murdock, University of North Carolina system, Duke University, and the N.C. Community College System. In addition to PepsiCo, other companies that will have a presence at the Campus include LabCorp, PPD Inc, Dole Food Inc, Redhat, Carolinas Medical Center, Anatomics, and Sensory Spectrum. Dole Food Inc owner David Murdock has committed over a
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