PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) has announced the launch of its new reduced calorie beverage called Pepsi True, which will start selling by mid-October, initially through the e-commerce channel Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN), before being rolled out on a massive scale.
Coca-Cola is changing the packaging across all its flavors — the original, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Coca-Cola Cherry, Coca-Cola Vanilla, and the recently launched mid-calorie range Coke Life — so that they all look the same, aside from the different colors.
Because we all want sweet things but don’t want to accept that eating too many sweet things can make us fat, the world’s largest producer of stevia says it has gotten the go-ahead from the Food and Drug Administration to start using a new version of the sweetener that it developed with the
When we first laid our eyes on Pepsi’s new green cola, "Pepsi True," we immediately thought of one thing: Coca-Cola’s new green cola, "Coke Life." Here’s Pepsi True: It contains 40% fewer calories than a regular Pepsi and is sweetened using a blend of sugar and stevia, a naturally-sourced sweetener. Here’s Coke Life:
Coca-Cola announced plans on Wednesday to sell a mid-calorie cola sweetened with sugar and the naturally occurring no-calorie sweetener, stevia, in Argentina, becoming the first to market with a product long seen as critical to the soda industry's growth. The new product, Coca-Cola Life, will have half the calories of regular Coca-Cola.