…Sweeten the Deal

Calorie-counting Pepsi lovers, I have some good news and some bad news for you. First, the good news — Pepsi has a new product called Pepsi True which claims to have 40 percent fewer calories than regular Pepsi.  Even better, it comes in a nifty green can, and gives you the opportunity to increase your…

…resurge

You know when you were a kid and you pretended to like something because everyone else did? …wait a second…

…Sell Short

Soda has long been public enemy number one of the health conscious consumer. And it’s no stranger to ridicule and humiliation. It’s been banned, limited and taxed. But now it’s fighting back. Starting early next year, the American Beverage Association will start a new campaign called Calories Count. The program will put calorie counts for…

…Fizz

The United States of America–land of the free and home of the government regulated soda sizes. Yes, it seems the limits to super-sized soft drinks has become a trend. Following in the footsteps of New York’s Bloomberg, the mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts has started a similar campaign. If this new downsizing soda trend catches on,…

…can it

New York Fashion Week.  It’s an exciting time, I assume.  Honestly, I know nothing about it other than what I saw on Ugly Betty and Project Runway. But I would imagine it’s a blur of new designs, designers, products, and enough size zero’s to make your head spin. And if that doesn’t do it, the uproar…

…Shake Things Up

Your cell phone conversations could be a little more bubbly in the future. Thanks to a new sustainable cell phone concept, your phone may soon be getting its battery power from a surprising source–soda. No, the phone doesn’t run on fizz (though that would be awesome).  But it’s still pretty cool.  I mean, it is a phone that…