Pepsi Colachange of product packaging

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for at least five years i have been purchasing diet pepsi cola in 24 oz. bottles from my local supermarkets.
I am a long time pepsi drinker and have enjoyed the convenience of this size bottle. I used to drink 2 to 3 bottles per day and this size was an excellent life style choice for me...you do the math...this works out to probably 45 bottles per month.
i don't want to be schlepping the equivalant number of smaller bottles and the larger liter size goes flat when there is only a small amount in the bottle.
now i discover that pepsi has not been delivering this size to the stores lately.

You are going to lose a valued long-time customer if this size is not returned to your lineup and damn quickly !

Responses

  • Kn
    KNOWYOURSTUFF Jul 13, 2012

    WOW!!!

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  • Ma
    mart3ndo Feb 04, 2010

    Why didnt you just take them back to shop where you purchased them, sounds you could have easily proved that there was something wrong with this batch.

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  • Sh
    Sheila Olander Feb 03, 2010

    I have enjoyed Pepsi for years but recently bought a case of pepsi and half the cans were flat. You could actually feel the diffrence in the cans that did not receive the CO2 in them. This was very frustrating to me. Things are to expensive to be spending money of 24 cans and actually getiing a 12 pk. NOT a good deal at all. :(

    Frustrated and unhappy.

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