Pepsi and Coke aren't interested.
The news is particularly bad for those who drink 1,000 cans of soda a day (or more).
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It's incredibly cheap and extremely effective for soda companies and fast-food giants to market products that are never actually made.
It's getting the opposite of a chilly reception.
A report indicates the two soft-drink giants have been meeting with the seltzer upstart.
Forget about Kashmir and grab a Coke!
But not soda. Never soda.
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Wash down your McDonald's egg-white McMuffin and Burger King turkey burger.
The new version's made with stevia. Ew.
They scammed the company out of over $200,000.
Never ask Coca-Cola where the coca comes from.
"If you choose to live a healthy lifestyle, you should not be drinking any of our products."
"All calories count."
And teaches you how to burn off the "140 happy calories."
The truth is sold in packages of four, six, nine, and twenty pieces, but also twelve-ounce cans.
But seriously. Who will play Michael Jackson?
They may beat the real thing, or at least drive smaller companies out of business.
The London Assembly is not particularly happy about the junk-food sponsors.