War Declares War On Pepsi Over Song Used In TV Spot

War Declares War On Pepsi Over Song Used In TV Spot

War’s 1975 hit song “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” is all about hugging it out and making nice, but don’t tell that four of the band’s original members, who have filed a suit against Pepsi, alleging the beverage company didn’t get proper permission to use the tune in their currently running TV spots for Pepsi Max. [More]

Vitaminwater Isn't Healthy, Rules Federal Judge

Vitaminwater Isn't Healthy, Rules Federal Judge

A federal judge ruled this week that Vitaminwater will not, as its labels promise, keep you “healthy as a horse.” Nor will it bring about a “healthy state of physical or mental being”. Instead, Vitaminwater is really just a sugary snack food; non-carbonated fruit coke disguised as a sports drink. Because it’s composed mostly of sugar and not vitamin-laden water, judge John Gleeson held that Vitaminwater’s absurd marketing claims were likely to mislead consumers. [More]

Dear Coke: Your Stupid New 2 Liter Design Doesn't Fit In My Fridge

Dear Coke: Your Stupid New 2 Liter Design Doesn't Fit In My Fridge

Reader Eric wants to comment about the new design for the 2 liter Coke bottle. It’s a little thinner and taller and doesn’t fit in his fridge. [More]

Kosher Coke Is Once Again Here For Passover

Kosher Coke Is Once Again Here For Passover

Passover might not be starting until next week, but Coca Cola has already begun distributing 2-liter bottles of its kosher formula, which replaces high fructose corn syrup with sugar, to stores around the country. I know because I’ve got some chilling in the fridge. [More]

How Bags Of Oranges Costs More Than Coke

How Bags Of Oranges Costs More Than Coke

This is also why you’re fat. A graph of inflation-adjusted data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows how the prices of different food and beverages has changed over the past three decades. The price of crap food over the past 30 years has dropped. At the same time, the food you used to try to hide in your glass of milk has gotten steadily more expensive. No wonder the average man in his 60’s is 25 lbs heavier than he was in the late 70’s. Hey, govmnt, how about shifting some of those corn and soybean subsidies over to produce growers? [More]

Brian Got His My Coke Rewards Points Back

Brian Got His My Coke Rewards Points Back

Brian complained to us last week that Coke had zapped away his My Coke Rewards points while he was on vacation, but Coke has returned the points, thanks to advice from reader Fox Mulder: [More]

Costco Bans Coca-Cola

Costco Bans Coca-Cola

A dispute over pricing has led Costco to stop selling a number of Coca-Cola brands, which means all Coke varieties as well as Sprite, Squirt, Dasani water, and Full Throttle energy drinks, reports the Associated Press.

Coke's 90-Calorie Can Will Still Have 5 Teaspoons Of Sugar

Coke's 90-Calorie Can Will Still Have 5 Teaspoons Of Sugar

As part of its ongoing efforts to “help consumers balance calories consumed with calories expended,” Coca-Cola plans to roll out a 90-calorie can later this year. The 7.5-ounce can will include about 5 1/2 teaspoons of sugar (or high-fructose corn syrup), and may sell for about 50 cents per can.

New Coke Labels Show How Many Empty Calories You're Drinking

New Coke Labels Show How Many Empty Calories You're Drinking

Coca-Cola is getting ready to roll out new labels that will prominently display the calorie count for each bottle or can. “Now more than ever, people expect facts about the products they consume to be both readily available and visible,” said CEO Muhtar Kent. What facts won’t be on those labels? Any information about where the calories come from, like, say, high fructose corn syrup, is relegated to its traditional spot in the Nutrition Facts box. But with most non-diet sodas, the math is pretty easy: If the label says 100 calories, that’s pretty much 100 calories of sugar or corn syrup.

Top 25 Best Global Brands — Samsung, Microsoft Beat Apple

Top 25 Best Global Brands — Samsung, Microsoft Beat Apple


Coke CEO: Soda Taxes Are Communist Conspiracy To Sap Our Precious Bodily Fluids

Coke CEO: Soda Taxes Are Communist Conspiracy To Sap Our Precious Bodily Fluids

Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent has lashed out at a proposed federal tax on soda as “outrageous” and something akin to the policies that landed former Communist regimes in the dustbin of history. “I have never seen it work where a government tells people what to eat and what to drink,” he said. “If it worked, the Soviet Union would still be around.”

Coke Is Going Retro-Futuristic With New Bottles

Coke Is Going Retro-Futuristic With New Bottles

Look at Coke, getting all futuristic. First with these soda machines and now with these snazzy new bottles, spotted by the Orange County Register.

New Futuristic Coke Machine: Possibly Greatest Invention Ever

New Futuristic Coke Machine: Possibly Greatest Invention Ever

Coke is testing a new fountain drink machine that contains such advanced science, we believe that they are in league with Marty McFly. Inside, we have two videos of this miraculous machine in action.

Pepsi VS Coke Logo Evolution

Pepsi VS Coke Logo Evolution

Some mystery genius put together a comparison of the logo evolution of Pepsi Vs. Coke. Enjoy.

Move To Japan So You Can Drink Veggie Pepsi, Or Green Tea Coke

Move To Japan So You Can Drink Veggie Pepsi, Or Green Tea Coke

Two new cola taste sensations are set to hit the vending machines of Japan, and no, you can’t either. They’re Green Tea Coke and Shiso-flavored Pepsi. Who in the what now?

Coca Cola Tells $10,000 Winner He Did Not Win; Gives Him $500 Instead

Coca Cola Tells $10,000 Winner He Did Not Win; Gives Him $500 Instead

A Connecticut limo driver with six kids was thrilled to discover he had won $10,000 in scholarship funds in a new Coca Cola sweepstakes. He even got a message from Coke congratulating him on his win. Turns out it wasn’t The Real Thing after all: the message was an error, triggered by a promo test. He hadn’t won a cent, because the “Twist and Text” contest didn’t actually start for another three weeks.

Pepsi Sues Coke For False Advertising, Demands Recall Of Sports Drink

Pepsi Sues Coke For False Advertising, Demands Recall Of Sports Drink

Pepsi is suing Coke over claims that their new sports drink, Powerade Ion4, is “more complete” than their own Gatorade.