Product Launch - US: PepsiCo's Pepsi Next Cherry Vanilla and Paradise Mango
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PepsiCo's Pepsi Next Cherry Vanilla and Paradise Mango
Category - Soft drinks, carbonated, reduced sugar
Available - From 15 July to 8 September
Location - US, nation-wide
Price - Info not yet available
Distribution - PepsiCo
The new flavours are a Summer-only addition to PepsiCo's recently-added Next brand, which has 60% less sugar than regular Pepsi, according to the company.
In May, it was reported that the Coca-Cola Co is trialling mid-calorie Fanta and Sprite in a handful of US stores.
Actor William Levy Shares New Pepsi NEXT® Cherry Vanilla And Pepsi NEXT® Paradise Mango(TM) With Los Angeles Cola Lovers Looking For Summertime Flavor
PURCHASE, N.Y., July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire
Today, People en Espanol's 2011sexiest man of the year, actor William Levy invited America to have a fling with flavor by launching two new flavors from Pepsi NEXT, the first cola to deliver real cola taste with 60 percent less sugar than regular Pepsi-Cola®. Available only this summer, Pepsi NEXT Cherry Vanilla and Pepsi NEXT Paradise Mango flavors satisfy the thirst of cola lovers looking to dial up flavor this season. Levy, an ardent cola fan, shared which flavor tickles his taste buds while serving up sips of Pepsi NEXT Cherry Vanilla and Pepsi NEXT Paradise Mango to lucky fans at The Americana at Brand in Glendale, Calif.
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"Summer is the perfect time to dial up the flavor in your life, from adventures to what you eat and drink, which is why I'm excited to help Pepsi NEXT launch two new flavored colas inspired by my favorite season - Pepsi NEXT Cherry Vanilla and Pepsi NEXTParadise Mango," said Levy. "I've been a Pepsi drinker all my life, and love that I can now add sabor to Pepsi NEXT, which has real cola taste and 60 percent less sugar."
The new summertime flavors, Pepsi NEXT Cherry Vanilla and Pepsi NEXT Paradise Mango, are giving cola lovers two more unbelievable reasons to DRINK IT TO BELIEVE IT. Paradise Mango provides a tropical infusion to Pepsi NEXT drinkers, while Cherry Vanilla is a new twist on a tried and true favorite for just the right bursts of flavors.
"Earlier this spring, Pepsi NEXT launched to national fanfare, turning cola lovers into believers by delivering on real cola taste with 60 percent less sugar than Pepsi, and for many, it was love at first sip," said Angelique Krembs, Vice President TM Pepsi Marketing. "We're continuing the momentum by infusing real cola taste with unique flavor blends, and giving cola lovers two more reasons to drink it to believe it."
Pepsi NEXT Cherry Vanilla and Pepsi NEXT Paradise Mango flavors will be available at Walmart Supercenter stores nationwide and wherever Pepsi products are sold beginning July 15 through September 8.
Original source: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/57124-pepsi-next-william-levy
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