Pepsi

FIGURES used last week for Pepsi were incorrect. The figure of 21.2 per cent in 1993 was its share of the UK cola market, not the total soft drinks market.

Pepsi unveils its pounds 300m bolt from the blue

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Is this the colour of the new millennium?

Peter Popham argues that Pepsi's blue period may inadvertently have captured the mood of melancholic times

BOOK REVIEW / Sacred thumbs, Mormon vests and Coca-Cola Christs

Material Christianity, Religion and Popular Culture in America by Colleen McDannell, Yale, pounds 25

Mine's a Coke - no, make that a Pammy

I once went to a wedding in which the best man compared the bride to a pint of beer: "Good head, firm body and satisfying to hold." The guests laughed heartily; the bride, to my amazement, cooed and blushed - with delight - while I hastily relegated this alarming comparison to the back of my mind.

LETTERS: Coke's Santa - it's not the real thing

From Mr Jonathan Leckie

Cott soft drinks deal goes flat

CADBURY SCHWEPPES has severed its arrangement with Cott Corporation of Canada to produce beverages for sale on the Continent, amid fears that the fizz is going out of the market for own-label soft drinks.

Burns applauds Aitken

The Celtic manager Tommy Burns, yesterday applauded the achievements of his former team-mate, Roy Aitken, at Aberdeen this season prior to today's meeting at Parkhead.

Storm saves Reading from Cup shake-out

Bury, third from bottom of the Third Division, were robbed by the weather last night. Two goals ahead after 15 minutes away at Reading the referee John Kirkby decided the torrential rain had made the pitch unsuitable and abandoned the Coca-Cola Cup third round tie after 28 minutes.

briefs Pepsi challenge

Pepsi challenge

It's the real shape

In the last century, all soft drinks were packaged the same, and nobody got to laugh together on beaches or throw impromptu street parties. Then, in 1915, an obscure engineer in an Indiana glassworks came up with a bottle shaped like a cola nut, and the rest is design history.

Gough happy to visit Celtic

Scottish Football

Crowd should help to lift Celtic

Celtic and Raith Rovers deny that revenge will play a part in tonight's Scottish Coca-Cola Cup third round tie after the Glasgow giants were beaten by Rovers in the final of the same competition last November.

Coca-Cola shrugs off look-alikes

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