Coke's awesome 'Share-a-Coke' bottles are back. It made me remember when I had one with my name on it, that I received as a gift 3 years ago. It's been in my office since. It got us wondering what it would taste like!
I was talking with Matt James yesterday about wanting to go see the new Star Wars movie and it got us discussing movie theater popcorn and how we can't resist, despite the outrageous prices. It got me thinking. I wonder what the most marked up product is...
Today, November 19th is ‘National Play Monopoly Day’. It is also, ‘National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day’. How many times have you played Monopoly with a Coke, Pepsi or Mountain Dew? I combined the two because you may need the caffeine to play the game if it takes longer than the "average time."
Remember the soda Surge? Well whether you do or not, it is making a comeback thanks to the voice of social media. The group calling themselves “Surge Movement,” consisting of about 128,000 members, pushed Coca-Cola to revive the drink after the soda company dumped it back in 2002.
Do you drink soda? If your answer is no, you’re not alone. U.S. soda sales are down. In 2013 sales of carbonated beverages fell by about 3%. There were more modest declines in 2011 and 2012 as well.
An Indian Hindu group of scientists say they've found that cow urine has healing properties that can cure 80 some odd ailments. They've even made it palatable by developing it into a "soft drink."
We're on the waning hours of my 14 year old son's sleepover party. As much as the party changes the dynamic of the household I really enjoy him having his friends over. I think it's great on a few different levels.
First there was soda, carbonated sugar water that was sure to expand your waistline. Then there was "diet" soda, which didn't add any calories to the equation but was sweetened with chemicals that may not be so great for you.
Now, in Japan, there is something called Pepsi Special. This drink is so chock-full of chemicals -- mainly indigestible dextrin -- that there are claims it can actu
This morning in New York City, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on large sugar-laden drinks was approved by the Department of Health in a 9-1 vote.
How long do the Big Apple's Big Gulp enthusiasts have until they can't buy a soda bigger than 16 ounces?