Short for bottle and can.
Bag in Box
The channel that includes convenience stores and gas stations.
Short for carbonated and non-carbonated beverages. Pepsi is an example of a carbonated beverage and Lipton teas are examples of non-carbonated beverages.
Outlets that are similar in size that buy, merchandise and sell soft drinks in similar ways.
Company-owned one, two, and three glass-doored refrigerated units that contain cold product.
Carbonated Soft Drink.
Direct Store Delivery. Products go from the plant or warehouse directly to a customer account.
Pepsi Bottling Ventures places and stocks the vending machine and pays a commission to the account on the machine's sales.
Supermarkets, mass merchandisers, and club stores.
Outlets where consumers buy beverages for immediate consumption at or near the point-of-sale.
Polyethylene Terephthelate. Plastic used to make bottles.
Products sold for immediate consumption in retail and on-premise channels.
Convenience stores, gas stations, and drug and dollar stores.
Products sold warm and generally purchased for at-home or future consumption.