Get to know PepsiCo Poland
Building collaborative relationships
Employees at PepsiCo Poland treat each other as equals, no matter their experience or age. We’re direct and open in our communication, and always looking to achieve our goals together.
PepsiCo Poland’s new headquartersOur headquarters is in the capital city of Poland, and in May 2022 we moved to a beautiful new office located at Plac Konesera in the Praga district. Here, we create, collaborate, connect and celebrate. Nearby are restaurants, shops, a gym and museums.
Innovating from within
Kraków is home to a Global Business Services hub of experts in finance, sales, marketing, supply chain, procurement and human resources . This fresh way of building teams gives unprecedented opportunities for employees to learn at the same time that they are keeping PepsiCo running smoothly throughout the entire European region.
Refreshing drinks made in refreshing places
Pepsi, Mirinda and 7UP sodas, and Toma fruit juices are made in Michrów, which is in an area known for its abundance of apple orchards; and in Żnin, in an area boasting green forests and 57 lakes.
Grown and made in Poland
PepsiCo snacks brands, such as Lay’s, Lay’s Oven Baked, Cheetos and Star, are made in Grodzisk Mazowiecki and Tomaszów Mazowiecki. Środa Śląska, our newest snack factory, will officially open in 2023. The building will be modern, sustainable and innovative.
PepsiCo Poland by the numbers
3,600 employees in Poland
PepsiCo Poland hires amazing experts with a collaborative mindset.
230,000tons of Polish potatoes sourced
PepsiCo’s scale drives Poland agriculture to thrive, modernize and use regenerative practices.
20nationalities of employees
The PepsiCo Global Business Services hub in Kraków has an amazing multicultural mix of colleagues.
SustainabilityHow do you keep a mountain clean?
By making it fun! PepsiCo and community nonprofit Rekopol turned out for the annual Czyste Tatry (“Clean Tatry”) family festival to collect litter from mountain trails.
Reaching out to refugees from Ukraine
The PepsiCo Foundation and the Polish Red Cross are partnering to provide humanitarian aid to refugees from Ukraine in Poland — especially children. With contributions from both the foundation and employees, the effort is providing 180,000 meals, infant supplies like formula and diapers, and home furnishings. The partnership is also launching resettlement clubs, which offer Ukrainian families everything from homework help to recreational activities.
Life at PepsiCoInspiring spaces in Kraków
PepsiCo Europe turns to Poland and a team of Global Business Services specialists for smart strategies to collaborate across functions and streamline processes.
How we do business matters
To care for the future of the planet, PepsiCo sources crops and ingredients thoughtfully.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
PepsiCo can only succeed when our associates and the society we serve flourish.
Our nutrition story
We’re constantly innovating, looking for ways to add whole grains, reduce sugar and make other recipe changes without sacrificing taste.
PepsiCo’s employee well-being programs help associates be well, find balance and get involved.
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