12 Little-Known Facts About Pepsi
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Pepsi, the beverage (sans "Co. "), is one of the most recognizable brands in history. Have you ever eaten Doritos, drank Mountain Dew, or heard of Nobby's Nuts? You guessed it; they are owned by PepsiCo.
Let's take a look at some of the most outlandish Pepsi trivia!
1. Pepsi was introduced to the market in 1893 as “Brad’s Drink”. The name was retained for the first five years after which it was renamed “Pepsi-Cola” in 1898.
2. Caleb Bradham, the creator of Pepsi-Cola, got his start in the pharmaceutical industry. Those with gastrointestinal issues or stomachaches were the original target audience for the beverage. The ingredients of Pepsi-Cola include the digestive enzyme pepsin, kola nuts, vanilla, and sugar.
3. Pepsi-Cola became the first company to introduce motorized vehicle delivery for soda-based drinks in 1908. Modernization of the delivery mode from horse-drawn carts to motor vehicles was a huge step for the company.
4.Pepsi was the first American product to be marketed and sold in the Soviet Union after it collapsed in 1991. According to Pepsiyouniverse, Nikita Khrushchev set the standard in 1959 by trying and enjoying the soda at a trade show in Moscow.
5. Pepsi, like many other global brands, has sold regional variants of their product and even seasonal and holiday-themed limited editions. Pepsi has released a variety of flavors in Japan, such as sakura (cherry blossoms), yogurt, salty watermelon, azuki bean, strawberry milk, cucumber, baobao tree fruit, and shiso.
|Pepsi in Japan. Photo: Justfunfacts|
6. PepsiCo has produced a number of variations on its primary cola, Pepsi, over the years including: Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Wild Cherry, Crystal Pepsi, Caffeine-Free Pepsi, Pepsi-Cola Made with Real Sugar, Pepsi Vanilla, Pepsi Zero Sugar, Pepsi Next.
7.According to Stunning fun, PepsiCo is notorious for "hiring" A-list celebrities like Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, and others for commercials.
8. World War I might have spelled the end for PepsiCo. Bradham lost money when he decided to stock up on sugar when prices rose in the hope that the upward trend would continue. Bradham filed for bankruptcy in 1923, and Loft Candy acquired the company eight years later.
9. There has been a total of 11 logo changes and modifications since the company was created.
|Pepsi's logos. Photo: Justfunfacts|
10. Pepsi-Cola became the first brand to advertise via the skywriting mode. It did so at the New York’s World Fair in 1939.
11. Pepsi was the first American product to be marketed and sold in the Soviet Union after it collapsed in 1991. In 1959, at a trade show in Moscow, Nikita Khrushchev sampled the soda and expressed his approval.
12. The Pepsi colors; red, white and blue, were introduced to represent the American flag. It was launched in the Second World War to support the American troops and the war effort.
What About Pepsi-Cola Company?
In 1965, Donald Kendall, CEO of Pepsi-Cola, and Herman Lay, CEO of Frito-Lay, recognized what they called "a marriage made in heaven," a single company delivering the best cola on the planet alongside the perfect salty snack. Their foresight resulted in PepsiCo, now one of the most successful food and beverage corporations in the world.
More than a billion times a day, people in over 200 countries and territories around the world enjoy a PepsiCo product. Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker, and Tropicana all contribute to PepsiCo's diverse food and beverage portfolio, which helped the company bring in over $67 billion in net revenue in 2019.
PepsiCo offers a diverse selection of tasty foods and drinks, with 23 of its brands generating retail sales of over $1 billion annually.
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