Pepsi versus Coke, Cola war begins

Pepsi versus Coke, Cola war begins as Pepsi declared its latest results. And even though it conceded provocations in its US soda business, Pepsi published solid sales growth in North America from Lipton and Pure Leaf, LifeWTR and Kevita kombucha and probiotic cleansing drinks.

The company also published powerful benefits in beverage sales from China, India, Brazil and other international markets and a growth in revenue from its Frito-Lay snack business, which owns Doritos, as well as its Quaker brand of oatmeal and cereal.


All that appended to a celestial quarter for Pepsi which announced sales and profits that scored high on Wall Street’s forecast. The stock rose nearly 1% on the news. Pepsi’s outcomes arrived just two days succeeding its primary rival Coca Cola also announced higher sales and profits headed by primary rise in volume from the Diet Coke brand in North America in more than seven years.

Coke presently declared four new Diet Coke flavors that evidently were aiming to Millennials, things like Ginger Lime and Feisty Cherry. So what is Pepsi’s answer to Coke’s recent Diet Coke triumph? Chief financial officer Hugh Johnston said in an interview with CNNMoney that Pepsi is also experimenting on something to do with flavors for the elemental Pepsi brands, which he elucidated as work in progress.

However, Johnston said its transformation schedule striving towards developing non soda drinks, is gaining acceptance. For example he indicated to the inauguration of company’s contemporary Bubbly brand of sparkling water.