'I want income' — Cramer says investors should look to buy dividend-paying stocks like PepsiCo

Cans of PepsiCo Inc. Pepsi brand Zero Sugar soda are displayed for an arranged photograph taken in Tiskilwa, Illinois, on Wednesday, April 17, 2019.
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Investors should look to add solid divided-paying stocks into their portfolios, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday, citing the likely persistence of low yields on U.S. Treasury bonds.  

"I see a lot to like in the market so I don't need to focus on buying Amazon right here when I could look at a PepsiCo for 3%," Cramer said on "Fast Money Halftime Report."