What's the dirtiest thing PepsiCo or The Coca-Cola Company have done in the cola wars to gain market share?
Coca-Cola is definitely the more mainstream of the Pepsi is more of a small batch craft soda in that respect, they are after the niche market of soda connoisseur's that don't want to conform to the massive brand names and become part of the strangle hold that Coca-Cola has on the market.
>drinking soda in 2016
>dying of fat in basically jetsons years
>not just drinking water in order to better allocate your daily maintenance-level caloric allotment to foods that are actually enjoyable and don't turn your teeth into hillbilly candycorn
I've worked in production and youre really not supposed to tell any production techniques to other companies but they really can't stop you if you're working at another company.
taking actual documents on how the production is run or ingredients is definitely illegal though
>The San Bernardino Incident
>The Northern Cities Retaliation
>The Reno Encounter
>The Appalachian Detonations
>Mojave More Problems
>The Wyoming Incursion
>The Siege of Savannah
The list goes on and on!
Just tiny, but bloody, blips in America's most sticky situation
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you're so wrong I'm laughing my ass off family. the whole reason pepsi is a thing to begin with is because it was a cheap knockoff of coke
They push it so hard in certain regions of Mexico that it becomes intertwined with the local culture and religion, and then they ended up fighting against each other so much that rival religious sects formed up based on which soda they used.
When I was in high school, in the 90s, our social studies curriculum had a strong focus on "social justice" which, among other things, involved reading about the right wing death squads.
Apparently, now that social justice is bad and racism is awesome, redpill /pol/ types get butthurt when someone says "right wing death squads".
Perhaps we should call them "armed redpill freedom brigades"?
What do they teach kids these days anyway, now that anything short of "kill all the niggers gas the kikes" is considered out of control political correctness?
It's because for the most part, their existence was to fight anything vaguely left wing, such as actual communist sympathisers to union members. They often serve right wing and corporate interests as well, like wealthy drug lords, corporations, and nationalists
if you figure it out in your home by experimenting and coming up with what you think is the recipe, yes, that's legal.
if you fucking sneak into an office and steal a recipe, how would you think selling at thing you stole is legal?
>they really can't stop you if you're working at another company.
what do you think a non disclosure agreement is? An intilectual property? They would sue you in a heartbeat if it was made blatantly obvious.
>According to Coca-Cola Chief Marketing Officer Sergio Zyman, Tab Clear was an intentionally "suicidal", "kamikaze" effort to create an unpopular beverage that was positioned as an analogue of Crystal Pepsi in order to "kill both in the process".
>The "born to die" strategy included using the poor-performing Tab brand rather than Coke, labeling the product as a "sugar free" diet drink to confuse consumers into thinking Crystal Pepsi had no sugar, and marketing the product as if it were "medicinal".
>Zyman said "Pepsi spent an enormous amount of money on the brand and, regardless, we killed it. Both of them were dead within six months."