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Soda Pop Backstory - WIF Consumer Corner

Origin Stories of

Famous Soft Drinks

from contributor ROBERT GRIMMINCK

 Whether you call it soda, pop, or soda pop, carbonated water with lots of sugar in it has been a staple of the beverage world since… 3,097 more words

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Seven Days Of Pointless Confessions. Day Four: I Actually Had A Crystal Pepsi Recently

I scoffed publicly about the limited time return of Crystal Pepsi. I remarked that it was great that I could now reflect that I hadn’t cared about it when it was out the first time back in the early nineties. 117 more words

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7 "Health" Products From The Past That Would Never Make It Onto Shelves Today

If someone walked up to you today and suggested you drink radioactive water to reinvigorate your body, or offered you a cigarette to ease your asthma symptoms, you’d probably walk away quickly, in the hope that such craziness isn’t contagious. 782 more words

That's Not Where It's Supposed To Go, Helen

that’s not where it’s supposed to go, Helen

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that’s not where it’s supposed to go, Helen

but you put it there anyway… 165 more words

7-Up Glazed Carrots

Back in the 1970s there was a prime rib chain called Lord Charlie’s that had the best glazed carrots. I asked them how they cooked their carrots that made them taste so good. 141 more words



Teem (Pepsi, 1960)

Introduced by Pepsi in 1960, Teem was a lemon-lime-flavored soft drink designed to compete against 7 Up and Coke’s Sprite.

Teem was sold in Canada and the U.S. 66 more words