NEW YORK -- PepsiCo Inc. plans to cut the sodium found in each serving of its key brands by one-fourth in five years.
The maker of Frito-Lay chips and Pepsi drinks announced several nutrition goals on Monday at the start of a two-day investor conference.
The company also set two goals for the next 10 years: to cut the average added sugar per serving by 25 percent and saturated fat per serving by 15 percent.
An array of food makers have announced similar goals recently as they come under more pressure from government and consumers.
Last week Kraft Foods Inc. pledged to cut salt in its products sold in North America by an average of 10 percent over the next two years. ConAgra Foods Inc. and Campbell Soup Co. have also announced sodium cuts.