We've adopted comprehensive corporate standards and policies to govern our operations and ensure accountability for our actions. Explore this page to discover the processes and policies that guide our business to success.

Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation

PepsiCo's Articles of Incorporation provide a legal declaration of our structure and purpose as a corporation as mandated by North Carolina law.


PepsiCo's By-Laws spell out the rules and procedures by which we operate as well as the rights and powers of company shareholders, directors, and officers.

Corporate Governance Guidelines

Our Corporate Governance Principles were adopted to establish a common set of expectations to assist the board and its committees in performing their duties in compliance with applicable requirements.

Audit Committee Charter

The Audit Committee is comprised of independent directors with the financial literacy to provide oversight of PepsiCo accounting policies and financial reporting.

Compensation Committee Charter

The Compensation Committee is composed entirely of independent directors responsible for overseeing policies on executive compensation.

Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Charter

The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee is responsible for nominating new members to the board and providing policy recommendations regarding corporate governance.

We value transparency, and have made our official statements and policies available online.

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Shareholders and other interested parties can communicate with the PepsiCo Board of Directors, a committee of the Board, the presiding director, the independent directors as a group or any individual member of the Board using any of the methods indicated below.

Call the PepsiCo Board:       
(866) 626-0633 

Write to the PepsiCo Board:
PepsiCo Board of Directors
c/o Corporate Law Department
PepsiCo, Inc.
700 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, New York 10577

Contact the PepsiCo Board Online:
[Click here to send a message]

The PepsiCo Corporate Law Department reviews all communications sent to the Board of Directors and regularly provides a summary of communications to the Board that relate to the functions of the Board or a Board Committee or that otherwise require Board attention.  Those items that are unrelated to a director’s duties and responsibilities as a Board member may not be provided to the Board by the Corporate Law Department, including:

  • Business solicitations, advertisements or surveys
  • Requests for donations and sponsorships
  • Job applications or resumes
  • Product inquiries and complaints
  • Unsolicited ideas and business proposals
  • Any material that is threatening, illegal or does not relate to the responsibilities of the Board

Other communications that relate to the functions of the Board or a Board committee, or that otherwise require Board attention will be relayed to the Board or to an individual director, as appropriate. Concerns relating to PepsiCo’s accounting, internal accounting controls, auditing matters or other concerns regarding our integrity will be referred directly to the Audit Committee.

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