Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Shift 2, Aug 12, 2018 at 5:46 PM.
Will my Dr Pepper go up?
At least someone at that local got the nuts to not go for a garage deal. Can't be said the package division there.
Oh big mistake. The public will never support them. They need their coke products.
Dr Pepper is a Pepsi product
Coke and Pepsi both bottle and distribute Dr Pepper.
Distributed by Pepsi America
Its regional with Snapple products.
Foodservice bag in the box normally goes with Pepsi products.
Not here it ain't .
So you are
It's a regional thing.
Dr Pepper - Wikipedia
I agree, I’ve bought Dr. Pepper in different states and noticed that in some states it was bottled and distributed by Coke and in others by Pepsi.
So you are:
What is the future of type 2 diabetes now with this news?
Not any more.
In the United States, Keurig Dr Pepper does not have a complete network of bottlers and distributors, so the drink is sometimes bottled under contract by Coca-Cola or Pepsi bottlers. Prior to the initial Cadbury Schweppes investment-turned-buyout, 30% of Dr Pepper/Seven Up products were produced and distributed by Pepsi bottlers, and another 30% by Coca-Cola bottlers. The remaining 40% were produced and distributed by independent bottlers (mainly consisting of Dr Pepper/Seven Up premerger regional bottlers) and the Dr Pepper/Seven Up Bottling Group. Currently, the majority of Pepsi and Coke bottlers bottling Dr Pepper are owned by PepsiCo and The Coca-Cola Company after their buyouts of their major bottlers.
Presently, Dr Pepper Snapple relies on its own bottling group to bottle and distribute its products in more than 30 states. Coca-Cola and Pepsi have essentially stopped bottling and distributing CSAB products in favor of in-house alternatives, although regional exceptions can be found.
Mr. Pibb is better anyways.
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