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PepsiCo (PEP) continues to tinker with a new artificial sweetener that will help Diet Pepsi stay...

PepsiCo (PEP) continues to tinker with a new artificial sweetener that will help Diet Pepsi stay sweet longer. The company was considering importing versions of the soft drink sold in other countries into the U.S. before hitting upon a better solution.
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  • 427812
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    Is a "sweetner" anything like a "sweetener"?
    31 Aug 2012, 08:30 AM Reply Like
  • BlueOkie
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    I wonder how Coke does it? The shelf-life of diets is what caused me to stop drinking them. Oddly enough I started losing weight when I replaced it with water. Saved a lot of money in the process.
    31 Aug 2012, 09:01 AM Reply Like
  • exportman1
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    This story is so incomplete that it shouldn't have been accepted by Seeking Alpha.
    31 Aug 2012, 09:05 PM Reply Like
  • jlbrown
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    I agree with exportman 1 and therefore, have no comment.
    1 Sep 2012, 02:18 PM Reply Like
  • jstratt
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    PEPs leadership is scary bad and a threat to the company existence.

     

    Since political correctness is the most important factor in the world today, I fear that it will have to be broken up and sold off in pieces in the next few years.

     

    What a shame when year after year PEP declines and the CEO can never be criticized much less replaced.
    1 Sep 2012, 02:55 PM Reply Like
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