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PepsiCo India Foods CEO Varun Berry decides to quit

The 18-year Pepsi veteran oversaw the company’s Lay’s, Quaker, Kurkure and Lehar brands

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | March 1, 2012

Varun Berry, CEO of PepsiCo India Foods, has decided to leave PepsiCo. Berry’s 18-year career at PepsiCo included roles in the company’s businesses in India, Asia and the Middle East. As the leader of PepsiCo India Foods, he oversaw the company’s popular Lay’s, Quaker, Kurkure and Lehar brands.

Previously, Berry had served in Dubai as the head of International Dairy & Juice Ltd., PepsiCo’s joint venture with Saudi Arabia-based dairy company Almarai.

Prior to that he was General Manager for PepsiCo in the Philippines, with responsibility for both foods and beverages, and earlier he served the company in Vietnam.

In a statement, PepsiCo said it is grateful for Berry’s service and wished him and his family the very best in their future endeavors.

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  • ZR- 7 years ago

    I guess, the work culture in PepsiCo India is not so healthy to retain strong leaderships. Work culture is a very important aspect which can help retain talents and leaderships. I happened to do a business with PepsiCo India few years back and I was shocked to see that General Manager like officer asking for a percentage for the contract which is certainly not a good indicator of their work culture. If work ethics and culture is missing in any organization, it would only attract wrong type of talents and will not be able to retain strong leaderships. And I hope PepsiCo does not fall in this category.