Pepsi wants less plastics filling up landfills so the beverage company is ditching some plastic bottles in favor of aluminum cans.
The move includes its water brand AquaFina.
Soon AquaFina will come in cans at restaurant chains across the US.
Some retail stores will also be part of the testing.
Pepsi’s CEO says cutting down on plastic waste is a top priority.
The company’s sparkling water brand Bubly will also be sold in cans but its LifeWtr and soda brands will likely be available in plastic bottles.
The changes to AquaFina will happen next year and could cut 8,000 metric tons of plastic waste.
Pepsi plans to use only recyclable and biodegradable packaging by 2025.