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- North Carolina Inventors: Caleb Davis Brandham
- Pharmacists experimented with different ingredients and came up Pepsi-Cola's inventor, Caleb Davis Bradham, was born in Duplin County on May 27,. 1867.
- Notes On Making Cola
- This is supposedly the original Pepsi-Cola recipe. It was submitted to a court in the. USA when Pepsi-Cola filed for bankruptcy in 1923.
- THE PEPSICO CHALLENGE
- Jun 22, 2011 Coca-Cola (“The Pepsi Challenge”) and.
- PepsiCo's Journey Toward an Ethical and Socially Responsible
- under the unassuming name “Brad's Drink,” Bradham's creation was renamed Pepsi-Cola in 1898 due to the pepsin and kola nut ingredients used.
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- Pepsi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The caffeine-free Pepsi-Cola contains the same ingredients but without the caffeine.
- Pepsi Cola Ingredients (Rob Mussell) - YouTube
- Feb 25, 2011 Pepsi Cola is one of a myriad soft drinks that many of us drink for a flavor-packed dose of refreshment.
- How Pepsi Is Made - Pepsi - FAQs
- Water is a key ingredient in all soft drinks.
- What are pepsi cola ingredients
- Pepsi cola ingredients are corn syrup, Carbonated water, Phosphoric acid, Citric acid and food coloring.
- Pepsi Confirms Alcohol Ingredients and Coca-Cola Says No Alcohol
- Pepsi Cola. Pepsi admitted over the phone on July 8, 1999 that their products DO contain alcohol.
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