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This legendary Pepsi product could be back soon

Could Crystal Pepsi be making a comeback?

Pepsi hasn’t committed to bringing back the colorless Pepsi product, which flopped back in the 90s and today has a cult-like following. 243 more words

Retail

Toward a Post-Industrial Faith

Reading John J. Thompson’s Jesus, Bread, and Chocolate: Crafting a Handmade Faith in a Mass-Market World, makes me wish that Zondervan had a sort of… 586 more words

Christianity

You won’t believe what Coca-Cola is using to make its bottles

Coca-Cola now makes some of its bottles entirely out of sugar cane, the company trumpeted recently at the Expo Milano food conference.

Called the PlantBottle, the packaging differs in that it’s derived from sugar cane, not petroleum. 162 more words

Tech

This Soda Company is the Latest Food Giant to go Healthy

PepsiCo is the latest big food company to sing a healthier tune.

The soft drink maker is introducing a new beverage line called Stubborn Soda that will be made with natural flavors. 149 more words

This soda company is the latest food giant to go healthy

PepsiCo is the latest big food company to sing a healthier tune.

The soft drink maker is introducing a new beverage line called Stubborn Soda that will be made with natural flavors. 152 more words

Tech

The Words on This Bud Label Are Causing a Major Uproar

The maker of Budweiser and Bud Light, like other producers of mass produced American beers, is stuck in a branding quandary. Many of the people still drinking beer are opting for craft brews. 358 more words

Dr. Pepper: A scrappy survivor in a sea of struggling soda giants

For decades, there were few things more quintessentially American than taking a gulp, or many more, of fizzy soda at parties, at home, at barbecues, at picnics, at movie theaters— really almost anywhere. 1,039 more words

Leadership