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Diet Pepsi Cola Drinker. Diabetic in need of diet sodas.
The Trillium Lakelands District School Board has introduced new policies which have required cafeterias to remove all coffee and other caffeinated products from their shelves, causing an impact in their revenue with virtually no benefits.
This petition is targeted towards the TLDSB with the hopes that they will realize the uproar involved in removing such caffeinated products, and do further research in determining all, if any, adverse health effects caused by such beverages.
I would really like if I could get the Sobe beverages in Atlantic Canada. We used to get them here at our local Costco but have not seen them in years. This was my favorite drink and I am so disappointed that I can't get them here anymore.
I am sure not just myself but other consumers would make it sustainable enough to stock it in our stores.
Thank you for your time.
Pepsi RAW is a sparkling drink made by PepsiCo Inc. using naturally sourced ingredients that are free from artificial flavouring, colourings, preservatives and sweeteners.
Pepsi RAW has been already marketed in the USA (As Pepsi Natural) and the UK. We feel this discriminates the rest of the world, particularly Australia and the Continental Europe. Countries like France, Germany or Spain also deserve to have access to this revolutionary product.
On April 20th, 2009, Pepsi released two throwback versions of their most famous products, Mountain dew and Pepsi in which all harmful chemicals especially the diabetes and obesity-induced High Fructose Corn Syrup is removed in place of natural sugars and other ingredients as created in the 1960s' and 70s'. The products proved to be the utmost favorite among those growing up in the 1960s' and 70's.
Because it was a huge hit, Pepsi have decided to release the Throwbacks again for another 8 weeks from December 28, 2009 to February of 2010. This time the Pepsi and Mountain Dew bottles contain a much different design with the Mountain Dew featuring the classic iconic character Willy the Hillbilly and his catchphrase "Yahoo! Mountain Dew!" and the Pepsi featuring the exact replica of the 1973–1987 Pepsi logo.
Awesome as they are, the products will only be available for 8 weeks as a tryout to see if people will go for the TB soft drinks rather than the modern versions of the two products with the harmful chemicals that induce diabetes and obesity.
This calls for all fans of the 2 classic soft drinks to take a stand and convince Pepsi to release the two throwback products permanently.
This petition is to bring Holiday Spice Pepsi back into the soda market.
Many people and I have enjoyed this drink durring the short time it was out. It inspired feelings of joy and holiday spirit in all who drank, and it was a great soda.
jpPlease sign and happy holidays to you and your family.
I think the old pepsi logo is better than the new one. The old one is kind of what the original pepsi drink represents with pepsi in the middle of the circle; maybe at least they could put the word pepsi in the middle of the circle on the can again.
Pepsi is coming out with a limited edition can with the pledge of allegience on it. This is a great idea, with one very bad move! They have decided, that they did not want to offend anyone and would be removing the words "one nation under God". This is our country's pledge. These are the words that our great grand-parents, grandparents, parents, ourselves and our children & grand children know to be our pledge and recite every morning.
I am offended, so Pepsi's goal to not offend anyone has failed miserably! If you are offended, I urge you to exercise your right to speak out. I have purchased pepsi products my entire life, but not anymore. I cannot support a company who is ashamed of our pledge in it's entirely. Join me by signing this petition if you are offended of their choice!
Bring Back Pepsi cola, it was a soft drink from the early 90's and it got abruplty cancelled, bring it back with your waves of Pepsi blue's and twists!
I'm sure by now, most of you have heard about Pepsi Cola breaking their deal with rapper Ludacris as a spokesperson for their company, and products. The decision to hire Ludacris to endorse their products was made to target Pepsi ads to a more "urban-ethnic" audience.
Well, it seems as though conservative commentator, Bill O'Reilly felt that Ludacris the rapper is too much of a bad influence on the "poor" community because of his lyrics, and Pepsi has since fired Ludacris as a promoter of their products.
Obviously, Pepsi had to be aware of the music, lyrics and, achievements (hit singles, albums, awards) of Ludacris, or they would not have hired him as a spokesperson.
If you share in this outrage in Pepsi's decision to stop using Ludacris as a Pepsi Endorser- Sign this petition, and Call their national headquarters at (914) 253-2000, press the option for Consumer Relations, and leave your complaint.