If you're a sugar lover -- or a news viewer -- you're aware the recent soda ban that was supposed to go down in New York didn't happen. Naturally, to celebrate, the city went crazy in elation, rocking out with their super-sized Coca-Colas and drenching each other in the sugary goodnes that is soda. Or maybe that was just on 'CONAN'...
First there was soda, carbonated sugar water that was sure to expand your waistline. Then there was "diet" soda, which didn't add any calories to the equation but was sweetened with chemicals that may not be so great for you.
Now, in Japan, there is something called Pepsi Special. This drink is so chock-full of chemicals -- mainly indigestible dextrin -- that there are claims it can actu
Sony Pictures has slowly been eeking out teasers for James Bond's upcoming adventure in 'Skyfall,' and whether you can bring yourself to admit it, we've all been a little 007 obsessed lately.
First there were all those trailers and movie posters storming the web, then came the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony (leave it to the Queen to out Bond James Bond) and now the franchise is taking over Coca-Col
When you drink your favorite sodas, you're getting more than just a kick of caffeine.
France's National Institute of Consumption tested 19 popular carbonated soft drinks and found that 10 -- including Coke and Pepsi -- contained a very small amount of alcohol.
By this time next year, residents of New York City won't be able to buy an absurdly large and absurdly overpriced cup of soda to go alongside their absurdly large and absurdly overpriced vat of popcorn when they are enjoying a movie.
That's because New York mayor Mike Bloomberg has proposed a ban -- which is widely expected to be ratified by the city's board of health -- that would outlaw the sale
While most teens are preparing to spend big bucks on a prom dress, Colorado's Regan Kerr decided to make one herself using -- get this -- 5,114 soda can tabs and wear it to her high school dance on April 28th.
Gross fact of the day: if you stick a mouse in Mountain Dew it will dissolve into a "jelly-like substance."
Lawyers for PepsiCo, which makes Mountain Dew, were forced to concede this most unappetizing of facts in a court of law as they contested a $50,000 suit from Ronald Ball of Wisconsin, who claims he found a dead rodent in his Mountain Dew can mid-sip.
Anyone who's ever been cheated by a vending machine should pay close attention to this video, in which a group of people score three sodas for the price of one. It's a small win, for sure. But it's a victory nonetheless.
Coca Cola, a company with a notorious history of making changes to its product that the public didn't approve of, has stepped in it again.
Last month the soft drink giant introduced a white seasonal Coke can featuring polar bears as part of campaign to raise money to help save the endangered species. However, Coke drinkers rebelled against the new design -- with the most common complaint being the