UK: Pepsi's Cino facing retailer rejection?

By Joe Ayling | 13 October 2006

Rumours that Pepsi Max Cino is going to be ditched by several UK retailers less than a year after release have been termed as "just speculation" by the company, who did admit the product was not selling high volumes.

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Rumours that Pepsi Max Cino is going to be ditched by several UK retailers less than a year after release have been termed as "just speculation" by the company, who did admit the product was not selling high volumes.

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