US: PepsiCo rolls-out Pepsi Next in test markets

By Michelle Russell | 14 June 2011

PepsiCo has said it will trial its reduced-sugar cola, Pepsi Next, for 24 weeks before deciding whether to roll it out further.

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PepsiCo has said it will trial its reduced-sugar cola, Pepsi Next, for 24 weeks before deciding whether to roll it out further.

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