Mountain Dew Introduces Breakfast Soda
February 12, 2013 at 8:15AM by Zoe Bain | 20 Comment
While coffee, tea, and juice are typically the morning beverages of choice, Mountain Dew is hoping that what people really want for breakfast is soda. Pepsico Inc. has created a new drink, which it has dubbed a "sparkling juice beverage," in an attempt to take advantage of the A.M. market.
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I know many that drink soda now for breakfast...yuk!
Yeah I never understood that. I know sugar helps jumpstart you but I think juice is good for that. Besides Mountain Dew is strong enough anytime of the day, why start your day overwired?
by Cayden Ryan 8 years ago
I'm curious as to how many people have thoughts on Mountain Dew, the effects of it, and their opinion on the taste of it. I personally am a caffeine addict, mostly by necessity. However, I can drink caffeinated products and go straight to bed (if I have time)Just let me know what you think
by India Arnold 9 months ago
What can a coffee junkie do if coffee is NOT available in the morning?
by Person of Interest 6 years ago
"Pepsi’s Lawsuit Defense: Mountain Dew Would Have Dissolved Mouse Carcass""Pepsi Co. is being sued by a man in Illinois who claims that he found a dead mouse in a can of Mountain Dew, but Pepsi says that it’s impossible. Why? It’s not because Pepsi has such high standards when...
by Jake Frost 5 years ago
Coke or pepsi?
by Alex Longsword 5 years ago
What is your favorite drink to have in the breakfast?
by sbguy1959 8 years ago
does mountain dew turn your bowels green?
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