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  • Gatorade to drop BVO after consumer complaints

    Responding to consumer concerns, PepsiCo announced Friday that it will remove brominated vegetable oil, an emulsifier, from citrus-flavored Gatorade sold in the U.S. Mississippi teenager Sarah Kavanagh launched an online petition in November that drew...
  • New York City lawyers argue to bring back soda ban

    New York City lawyers argue to bring back soda ban
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City lawyers tried to convince an appeals court on Tuesday to allow Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on large sugary drinks, three months after it was struck down as an illegal overreach of executive power. The law, invalidated...
  • Coke Zero 400 tailgate celebrates cola cuisine

    Coke Zero 400 tailgate celebrates cola cuisine
    Call it pop culture or perhaps pop cuisine, but cooking with soft drinks is a time-honored tradition of home cooks. The beverages substitute for sweet syrups in sauces, cakes and more. All colas can be used in these recipes. I especially like the flavor...
  • Caught in the current of reverse migration

    Caught in the current of reverse migration
    CUATRO MILPAS, MEXICO— In this hardscrabble farming village, an American teenager like Luis Martinez was bound to stand out. Raised on Little Caesars pizzas and Big Gulps, Luis, 13, was portly. The village kids, subsisting on bowls of chicken...
  • Marilyn Monroe's lips get top bid in Andy Warhol online auction

    Marilyn Monroe's lips get top bid in Andy Warhol online auction
    Marilyn Monroe, one of America’s most beloved pop cultural icons, and New Coke, one of its most despised, commanded the biggest bids in the first in a series of online Christie’s auctions of Andy Warhol artworks that ended Tuesday. The...
  • Sergiy Stakhovsky tweets photo of disputed line call at French Open

    Sergiy Stakhovsky tweets photo of disputed line call at French Open
    Hey, we've just stumbled on a way to make sporting events last longer and make them more fan-interactive! Instead of instant replay, use fans to decide if a call is good or not. Sergiy Stakhovsky was unhappy with a call during his first-round match...
  • Robert Griffin III writes thank-you notes to wedding gift buyers

    Robert Griffin III writes thank-you notes to wedding gift buyers
    Remember last week, when fans discovered that Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and his fiancee had registered online for wedding gifts at Bed, Bath and Beyond? His fans bought them almost every gift they asked for, which seemed strange...
  • McKayla Maroney retires unimpressed face for 7Up endorsement deal

    McKayla Maroney retires unimpressed face for 7Up endorsement deal
    Olympian McKayla Maroney is about as well known for her endlessly memed unimpressed smirk as she is for her powerhouse performance on the vault. So will she be recognizable wearing a smile in a new advertising campaign this month for Dr Pepper Snapple...
  • Age doesn't necessarily equate with quality or value

    Q: Any info on my vase marked, "Made in Japan"? It seems to be clay and is 11.5 in. tall. Note that the surface is not smooth. A: Our reader is on the money. The surface on a pottery vase seen in photos sent is pebbly. Imagine the skin on an avocado;...
  • Coca-Cola 'stuff' may have more fizz left than you think

    Q: A family member who collected Coca-Cola items for over 37 years passed away and left a collection of at least 50 boxes marked "Coca-Cola stuff." How do we go about selling everything? Can we sell everything at one price? Can we sell the items as they...
  • Coca-Cola takes on obesity issue in prime-time ad campaign

    Coca-Cola, the world’s top beverage company and perennial target for critics of sugary drinks, is taking an unusually public stance on obesity by defending its health initiatives on prime-time television. In a two-minute advertisement set to debut...