My daughter and I were near a pop machine when she request a drink from said machine. I went to see how much it was and was shocked to see it was still 50 cents.
To me, 50 cents is the perfect price or 12 ounces of liquid goodness. In recent years I've seen 60 cents, 75 cents and even $1 for a can of pop, but this still had pop for 50 cents...
A few days ago we told you that Crystal Pepsi was coming back but the only way to obtain some was through a contest that Pepsi was promoting. As I have a knack for nostalgia I was hoping to win. Well, I'm sad to say I didn't, but my wife did!
Everyone has their vices. I don't smoke, I don't drink coffee, I stay away from hard alcohol. But one thing I'm pretty fond of is pop from the soda fountains usually found at most gas stations. It's something I call a B.A.P. which stands for Big A$$ Pop.
Everything '90s is coming back in fashion. Surge was reintroduced, General Mills brought back French Toast Crunch and everyone said, "That's fine, but where's my Crystal Pepsi?" Petitions started going around and that's when a competitive eater received a message directly from Pepsi, and everyone ate it up ... or drank it up, in this case.
Coke and Pepsi have seemingly always battled for soda supremacy. Both would come out with new products. Some would be similar as both would have a no-calorie soda, both would have one featuring lime or sometimes they'd have new flavors for the public to test. Both Coke and Pepsi are announcing a new cola featuring a natural sweetener, stevia and, oddly enough, both come in a green can.