Nooyi said PepsiCo had accomplished all its goals and objectives set out in the past year, implementing them at a "more rapid pace" than they thought they could, especially with its focus on human sustainability.
"(We did) all of this while still delivering the numbers. So it's been a good year for PepsiCo," she told CNBC.
Nooyi also said the euro zone's debt crisis does not appear to have a direct impact on its European operations.
"The good news is that we are a consumer product, a food and beverage product (with) very small ticket prices, so even when you're protesting or when you're going through volatility, you have to eat and drink," she noted.
China - A 'Vibrant Consumer Market'
PepsiCo, which recently invested $1 billion into China, announced this week plans to invest a further $2.5 billion over the next three years.
"I think China is a vibrant consumer market and it's growing...you can feel the vibrancy everywhere you walk in China," Nooyi said, adding that any amount of money invested into China is "just not enough".
"The market place is just sucking up the capital and I think companies like ours that are in China for the long, long term have to make the investments today, because you've got to expand your footprint. And that's what we're doing right now."