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December 7, 2012

In this issue:

  • 2013 U.S. Concentrate Prices: Coke, PepsiCo and DPS Increases Will Be in the +2% to +3.4% Range.
     
  • The U.S. Bottling Business 2012: Some Further Consolidation. Coke and DPS Increase Shares of Business Controlled by Top-10 and Company-Owned Bottlers.
     
  • What Did -- and Didn't -- Happen in the Beverage Industry in 2012. What May Lie Ahead.
     
  • Smart Phones Changing Shopping. Impact on Categories Is Very Different. Grocery Low.
     
  • Plus, As In Every Issue: Territory Changes and Deals, People and Briefs.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Top-10 Bottlers 2012.  Top-10 Bottlers, with shares of bottle/can volume, for Coke, Pepsi, Dr Pepper Snapple Group overall and Big Red plus the following DPS brands: Dr Pepper, 7UP, Canada Dry, A&W, Sunkist, Crush, Royal Crown, Schweppes, Squirt, Sun-drop, Hawaiian Punch, Vernor's, Tahitian Treat/Wink/Cactus Cooler, Welch's, Country Time and Hires.

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November 21, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Executives and Experts On BD's Dec. 10th NYC Conference Program. American Beverage Association CEO Susan Neely Will Discuss Industry Issues and Election Impact.
     
  • PepsiCo vs Coke Performance -- As Rated by the Retailers. PepsiCo Scores Well on Brands. Coke on Consumer Insights and Shopper Marketing.
     
  • PepsiCo and Bottlers Working on Deal For Bottlers to Sell Gatorade Chews in C-Stores.
     
  • Alcohol Consumption Accounts for 100 Calories Per Day For Americans. Men Drink More.
     
  • October in A Nutshell: PepsiCo Out-Performed in LRBs and CSDs.
     
  • Starbucks Refreshers Growing Strongly. Change in PepsiCo-Starbucks Lineup. Category Growing.
     
  • CSDs Rank High on Brand vs Private Label Strength. Bottled Water Ranks Low.
     
  • Recycling Rates For Aluminum Cans and PET Containers Increase. Cans Up Dramatically.
     
  • RC Franchise Map: A Look At the Independent System. Some Franchise Shifts Since 2011.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Royal Crown Bottler Territory Map.  Shows Royal Crown U.S. bottler territories with state lines in color. Back lists multi- and single-franchise bottlers and their headquarters locations as well as locations of all U.S. RC bottling plants and their owners.

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November 9, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Executives and Experts On BD's Dec. 10th NYC Conference Program.
     
  • CPG Company Rankings: P&G Leads But Declines. PepsiCo #5, Down. Coke #7, Up. Retailers Cite: PepsiCo's 'Executable Programs'; Coke's Customer 'Understanding.' Retailers Ranked.
     
  • 9-Month CSDs: DPS Top Performer. Private Label Under-Performs. Coke Zero +2.3%. New Data.
     
  • Cargill Executive Says Stevia Holds Promise For Reduced Calorie CSDs.
     
  • Monster, Red Bull and Total Energy Drinks Slowed in the Third Quarter in C-Stores.
     
  • In Hurricane Sandy Aftermath, Beverage Companies Pitch In.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Three Quarters 2012 Multi-Channel Take-Home Soft Drinks, Two Data Sets.One data set covers supermarkets, convenience/gas stores, drug chains and mass merchandisers (excludes Wal-Mart); the other data set covers a larger multi-channel universe. Both sets cover CSD companies and the top-10 brands.

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October 26, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Executives and Experts On BD's Dec. 10th NYC Conference Program.
     
  • Beverage Industry Ranks High on 'Consumer Satisfaction.' Dr Pepper Snapple Posts Big Gain. Other Industries: Apple Scores 86. McDonald's 73.
     
  • Sparkling Waters, Seltzers, Etc. Way Out-Performing the Overall U.S. Beverage Industry. Little Coke or Pepsi Presence in This Part of the Business. Sources Say Coke Plans Push.
     
  • In 9-Month Non-Carb Data, Arizona Out-Performs. Smartwater Is Now Nearly As Big As Vitaminwater.
     
  • Coke's 3rd Qtr Volume Up +4%. Operating Income Up +1%. North America Volume +2%.
     
  • PepsiCo Americas Beverages Volume -3% in 3rd Qtr. North America -4%. No Energy Drink Deals.
     
  • 7UP System: New Map. Which Bottlers Have 7UP in Major U.S. Cities.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • 7UP Bottler Territory Map.  Shows 7UP U.S. bottler territories with state lines in color. Back lists multi- and single-franchise bottlers and their headquarters locations as well as locations of all U.S. 7UP bottling plants and their owners.

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October 12, 2012

In this issue:

  • Analyst Bill Pecoriello of Consumer Edge Research On BD's Dec. 10th NYC Conference Program.
     
  • Obama vs Romney: Wells Fargo and Many Beverage Executives Say Romney Better for the Industry. Executives on Obama: 'Real Negative.' 'Increasing Amounts of Regulation.'
     
  • New Dr Pepper Map Shows More Consolidation. Analysis: Which Bottlers Have Dr Pepper In Major Cities.
     
  • Beverage Stocks Performed Strongly in First Nine Months of 2012.
     
  • Facebook, Twitter and YouTube: Goldman Sachs Analyzes the 'Online Beverage Marketing Battle.'
     
  • Research: Consumers of Major Regular CSD Brands Have High 'Attachment' to YouTube.
     
  • PepsiCo Closes Plant To Source From Independent Bottler. 'At Least' One Other Such Move Possible.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Dr Pepper Bottler Territory Map.  Shows Dr Pepper U.S. bottler territories with state lines in color. Back lists multi- and single-franchise bottlers and their headquarters locations as well as locations of all U.S. Dr Pepper bottling plants and their owners.

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September 28, 2012

In this issue:

  • Coke Iowa Bottler -- Kirk Tyler -- Joins BD's Dec. 10th Conference Program in NYC.
     
  • Cornell Professors Slam Bloomberg's NYC Ban. 'Setback to Fighting Obesity.' Beverage Executives Say Industry Needs to Shift Consumer Behavior.
     
  • Analyst Updates View on PepsiCo. 'Mid-Term Progress Report.' 'On Track.'
     
  • Women Dominate Shopping Trips -- But Men Gain. Club Stores Attract Affluent Shoppers.
     
  • Energy Drinks: Dietary Supplements or Conventional Foods? Both.
     
  • Summer 2012: Coke Out-Performed Pepsi on CSD Volume; Pepsi Out-Performed on Dollars. Powerade Beat Gatorade on Volume and Dollars.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Pepsi-Cola Bottler Territory Map.  Shows Pepsi-Cola U.S. bottler territories with state lines in color. Back lists multi- and single-franchise bottlers and their headquarters locations as well as locations of all U.S. Pepsi-Cola bottling plants and their owners.

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September 14, 2012

In this issue:

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Coca-Cola Bottler Territory Map.  Shows Coca-Cola U.S. bottler territories with state lines in color. Back lists multi- and single-franchise bottlers and their headquarters locations as well as locations of all U.S. Coca-Cola bottling plants and their owners.

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August 31, 2012

In this issue:

Green Sheet supplement:

  • 2011 All-Channel Carbonated Soft Drink Corporate Shares In 95 Countries.  Lists for each country: population; per capita consumption; Coca-Cola Co corporate share; PepsiCo corporate share; Dr Pepper Snapple corporate share.

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August 10, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Executives on BD Year-End Conference Program. December 10 in NYC.
     
  • Mt. Dew Passes Brand Coke to Become #1 CSD Brand in U.S. C-Stores For 1st Half of 2012.
     
  • Channel Mix Analysis: Most Mt. Dew Volume In C-Stores. Most Powerade in Supermarkets.
     
  • Non-Carbs Slower This Year vs 2011. Tea Is Strongest Performing Category. Arizona's Lead Grows. Sports Drinks Grow at Modest Pace. PepsiCo Will Withdraw and Revamp Gatorade Series Fit.
     
  • Western Europe is the Top Fruit Juice/Nectar Market in the World. Orange Juice Is Leading Juice.
     
  • CSD Channel Shares: Fountain, Drug Chains, Dollar Stores Gain.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • New Brand Introductions 1866-2012.  An exhaustive list of liquid refreshment beverage brand introduction dates, showing the quickening pace of introductions earlier this century and the recent return to a more normal pace.

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July 26, 2012

In this issue:

  • Indra Nooyi, Chairman/CEO of PepsiCo, On Program for BD's December 10th Conference in NYC.
     
  • Retail Trade Promotions Account for 44% of Marketing Spending. Pricing Strategies Are Changing. Retailers Rank the Producers On Trade Promotion: P&G #1. PepsiCo #5. Coke #7.
     
  • CSD Decline Continues. DPS and Mt. Dew Out-Perform. Coke Zero and Pepsi Max Slow.
     
  • Chilled OJ Business Slows. Coke Leads and Gains Share. Simply Down. Trop-50 Top Performer.
     
  • Goldman Sachs Rates Beverage Companies on Environment, 'Social' and 'Governance.' CCE #1.
     
  • Energy Drink Growth Accelerates. Monster Approaches 40 Share.
     
  • PepsiCo's Propel Zero Sport Test Expands. Zero-Calorie 'Sports Drink.'
     
  • Coke Posts +4% Volume Growth in 2nd Qtr. North America +1%. Says U.S. C-Stores Slow.
     
  • PepsiCo Global Revenue Up +5%. Americas Beverage Volume Down -1%. North America Down -2%.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • First Half 2012 Multi-Channel Take-Home Soft Drink Data.Data for supermarkets, convenience/gas stores, drug chains and mass merchandisers (excludes Wal-Mart) from two separate data sets. Covers CSD companies and top-10 brands.

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July 13, 2012

In this issue:

  • Indra Nooyi, Chairman/CEO of PepsiCo, On Program for BD's December 10th Conference in NYC.
     
  • Speculation About PepsiCo's New Fountain Equipment. Coke Continuing to Innovate.
     
  • PepsiCo Plans Test of Malt-Flavored Mt. Dew. Premium-Priced.
     
  • Campbell Soup Agrees to Acquire Fast-Growing Bolthouse Juice Company.
     
  • Top Fountain Accounts Have Almost 90,000 Units. 2.2 Bil Case Business. Coke Dominates.
     
  • New Syndicated Data Including Wal-Mart, Club Stores, Etc Shows Performance Disparity.
     
  • More 'Hot' Pricing in July 4th Spot Check. Carey Recently Said Gaps Should Narrow. But Another Executive Cites Need For Hot Pricing and Pantry-Loading Because Volume Is Weak.
     
  • BRIC Countries Important for Future Growth. Coke Leads LRBs in Three. PepsiCo In Russia.
     
  • Beverage Stocks Performed Strongly in First Half of 2012.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Top Fountain Accounts.  Lists top U.S. fountain accounts: number of units, cola(s) poured, lemon-lime(s) poured and pepper-type(s) poured. Updates 7/8/11 Green Sheet.

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June 22, 2012

In this issue:

  • John Brock, CEO of Coca-Cola Enterprises, and Larry Young, CEO of Dr Pepper Snapple, On Program for BD's December 10th Conference in NYC.
     
  • Cold, Hard Soft Drink Facts: CSD Consumption and Calories Have Dropped Substantially Since 2000. New Study: Soft Drinks Are Not the Major Contributor to Childhood Obesity.
     
  • Coke's Top-10 Bottlers Account for 69% Its of Global Volume.
     
  • Executives and Analysts at BD Conference Talk About: Pricing. Pepsi Next and CSD Mid-Cals. Obesity and Restrictions on Soda Sales. Possible Company Structural Changes.
     
  • PepsiCo's Al Carey Suggests CSD Pricing Model Changes and Offers Some Trend Insights.
     
  • All-Channel LRBs Continued Growth in 2011. CSD Losses Offset. Top-3 Companies Under-Perform.
     
  • Energy Drink Growth Continues Strong. But Analyst Says 'Growth Peaking' and Downgrades Monster.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • LRB Performance In The 21st Century  Using Area Graphs, BD illustrates the performance of all-channel liquid refreshment beverages for the overall industry, Coca-Cola Co, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper Snapple, 2000-2011.

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June 8, 2012

In this issue:

  • Save the Date: BD's Future Smarts Conference Set for December 10th in NYC.
     
  • Coke Set to Launch New Line of Fuze Teas in U.S. Formula Uses Sucralose. Lower Calorie Level. Fuze Teas Also Being Introduced in Multiple Markets Globally.
     
  • Dr Pepper 10 Appears to Be Holding About a 0.3 Share. Premium Priced.
     
  • Report: Pepsi Next at 1.0 Market Share. Wider Distribution in Food/Drug/Mass Than C-Stores.
     
  • Taste Is #1 When Consumers Decide Which Beverages and Foods to Buy. Sustainability Ranks Low.
     
  • Sweeteners: Tate & Lyle Hints at Use of Its Monk Fruit Based Sweetener. 'New Product Launches.' German Study: Variant of Stevia May Offer Improved Taste.
     
  • Endless Competition: Battle For Fountain Taps At Major Sports Venues.
     
  • Categories and Companies With Pricing Power. Skin Cream #1. CSDs #19. Sports Drinks #40.
     
  • Poll Shows Most New Yorkers Dislike Bloomberg Plan to Limit Soft Drink Sales. Few Buy Large Sizes.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Sports Venue Pouring Rights  Team by team listing details which soft drink company's products are poured at home games for National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Hockey League, NASCAR Sprint Cup and Major League Soccer.

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May 24, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Beverage Executives and Experts on BD's June 11th Conference Program in NYC.
     
  • Some 'Hot' Pricing Started Appearing in Mid-May. Coke and Pepsi 12-Packs and Aquafina Pack Water.
     
  • Market Shares and Pricing. Leading Brands Priced Higher Than #2 Competitors.
     
  • All-Channel Water and Non-Carbs 2011: Both Up. Nestle #1 in Water. PepsiCo #1 in Non-Carbs.
     
  • 'Activist Investor' Taking Stake in PepsiCo Spurs Talk of Company's Future Structure.
     
  • All-Channel and Retail CSD Segments: Cola Decline Continues. Getting Down Close to 50 Share.
     
  • Coke CEO Kent: Fixing Coke Was 'Hard.' Says Obesity 'Complicated Societal Issue.'
     
  • PepsiCo's Carey Alludes to Work on New Sweeteners and Expectation of Better Beverage Performance.
     
  • Bottlers: HFCS Costs Up About +15% This Year.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

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May 4, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Beverage Executives and Experts on BD's June 11th Conference Program in NYC. New: Politics and Beverages -- American Beverage Association CEO Susan Neely Joins Program.
     
  • CSD Decline Continues. Coke Zero and Pepsi Max Slow. Dr Pepper Snapple Gains Share. PepsiCo Plans Two Flavor Line Extensions For Pepsi Next.'Cherry Vanilla' and 'Paradise Mango.'
     
  • Gatorade and Powerade Slowed in 1st Quarter. Brisk Juices, Arizona, Snapple Post Strong Growth.
     
  • China Beverages: PepsiCo Launches New Campaign for Pepsi. 'Has to Drive the Business.' Tagline is 'Live for Now.'
     
  • PepsiCo Says 1st Quarter North America Volume Down -2.5%. CSDs Down -4%, Pre-Pepsi Next.
     
  • Dr Pepper Snapple 1st Quarter Volume Flat. CSDs Up +2%. Non-Carbs Down -7%.
     
  • 25 Megabrands 2011. Growth-Challenged CSDs Dominate. Monster Joins. Sunkist/Barq's Depart.
     
  • Nielsen: Hispanic Consumers Will Drive Beverage Growth Categories. A 'Top-20' Economy.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • First Quarter 2012 Multi-Channel Take-Home Soft Drink Data.Data for supermarkets, convenience/gas stores, drug chains and mass merchandisers (excludes Wal-Mart) from two separate data sets. Covers CSD companies and top-10 brands.

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April 20, 2012

In this issue:

  • Top Bottler and Analysts Join BD's June 11th Conference Program in NYC. Coke Swire USA CEO Jack Pelo. Plus, Beverages and Retailers: Insights from Bernstein Research.
     
  • Concentrate Prices Up Generally +3.5% to +4% in U.S. This Year. Why the Coke vs Pepsi Disparity? PepsiCo May Test Incidence-Based Pricing.
     
  • All-Channel Energy Drink Volume Up +16.6%. Energy Drinks Impacting the CSD Category.
     
  • More on the Beverage Switch at Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Nestle Takes Water Business.
     
  • Coke's Volume Up +5% in 1st Quarter. Up +2% in the U.S. Kent: 'Hand-to-Hand Combat.'
     
  • New Packages Gain Traction in Supermarkets and C-Stores. 1.25- and 1.5-Liter Show Strong Growth.
     
  • U.S. Per Capita Consumption: CSDs Down. Bottled Water and Tap Water Up.
     
  • European Per Capita Consumption: CSDs Rank Sixth Overall, Behind Beer. Tea On Top.
     
  • U.S. Beverage Can Market Declined in 2011. Partly Due to Decline in Exports.
     
  • Most Beverage Company Stock Prices Up in 1st Qtr 2012. Non-U.S. Bottlers Strong.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Concentrate Prices 2012.  Latest prices for concentrate for all major carbonated soft drink and cold-fill non-carb brands.

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March 30, 2012

In this issue:

  • Coca-Cola Co, PepsiCo, Dr Pepper Snapple, Consumer Edge Research On BD's Wall Street Smarts Conference Program. Set for June 11th in NYC.
     
  • Pepsi Will Get Music Focus This Summer. Will Include 'Michael Jackson' 16-oz Special Cans.
     
  • PepsiCo's 'Moments to Save' Coupon Campaign: Volume and Price Impact. Power of One. Plus: PepsiCo CSDs Will Start Sale at Family Dollar. Volume Impact.
     
  • The Role of CSDs Is Declining in the U.S. Share Down -20 Points Since 2000. But CSDs Still Account for Most of the U.S. Volume of Coke, PepsiCo and DPS. PepsiCo Lowest.
     
  • 2011 All-Channel U.S. CSD Profile: Diet Share Down. Fountain Share Up. Prices, Retail Value Up.
     
  • All-Channel U.S. CSD Brands 11-25: Coke Has 7. PepsiCo and DPS Each Have 4.
     
  • Red Bull Is Now the Top C-Store Beverage Brand in Dollars. Ahead of Mt. Dew and Coke.
     
  • As Summer Approaches, CSD Volume Tends to Rise and Prices Fall. Last Year Volume Peaked and Prices Were Lowest for Memorial Day and July 4th.
     
  • IRI Says Drug, Club and Dollar Channels Posted Gains Last Year for All Consumer Products.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Beverage Digest All-Channel Data 2002-2011.  Top Companies and Top-10 Brands shares and share changes for the past 10 years. Additional information in BD's Fact Book.

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March 20, 2012 (Special Issue)

Special Issue: U.S. Beverage Results for 2011.

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March 16, 2012

In this issue:

  • Beverage Analyst Bill Pecoriello of Consumer Edge Research On BD's Wall Street Smarts Conference Program. Set for June 11th in NYC.
     
  • PepsiCo About to Launch Pepsi Next. Big Rollout Planned. Potential Implications for Trademark.
     
  • In 15 Major U.S. Markets, Coke Has Top CSD Market Share in 13 and Top Cola in 14.
     
  • Sports Drinks Skew Heavily Male. Diet Colas Heavily Female. Diet Mt. Dew About Even.
     
  • Beverage Ad Spending Up Slightly in 2011. PepsiCo Top Spender. CSDs Top Category.
     
  • Supermarket Water: Volume and Dollars Up. Pricing Stable. Nestle Brands Mixed.
     
  • 5-Hour Energy Shot Continues Strong Growth. #3 in Energy Drinks by Dollars. Tiny in Volume.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • 15 Cities: Corporate and Brand.  Corporate and Major CSD Brand Shares in 15 major U.S. metropolitan areas. Cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington DC. Companies: Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Dr Pepper Snapple and private label. Brands: Coke, Pepsi; Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi; Sprite, 7UP; Mt. Dew, Dr Pepper.

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March 2, 2012

In this issue:

  • Coca-Cola Enterprises CFO Bill Douglas On BD's Wall Street Smarts Conference Program. Set for June 11th in NYC.
     
  • Aftermath of PepsiCo Investor Meeting: Bottler Refranchising? How Will Savings Be Spent?
     
  • New Kind of Energy Drink: Brain-Twist Readies Launch of 'Slap Frozen Energy.'
     
  • Anti-Soft-Drink Efforts Continue and May Intensify. Effort to Limit Sales in Stores?
     
  • Global LRB Business Nearly $1 Trillion. Dollars Up More Than Volume. CSDs Weakest Category.
     
  • Dr Pepper Snapple Says 2011 Volume Down -1%. CSDs Flat. Forecasts 2012 Volume Up Slightly.
     
  • Non-Carbs Grew Last Year, But Generally Slower Than in 2010. Sports Drinks Strongest.
     
  • CSD Pricing in 15 Markets: San Francisco Priciest. Phoenix, Chicago Cheapest.
     
  • Study Finds Beverages Are the 'Main Reason' Consumers Visit C-Stores. CSD Fountain Scores High.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • 15 Cities: 12-Pack and 2-Liter Pricing.  12-pack and 2-liter supermarket pricing in 15 major U.S. metropolitan areas. Cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington DC. Companies: Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Dr Pepper Snapple and private label. Brands: Coke, Pepsi; Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi; Sprite, 7UP; Mt. Dew, Dr Pepper.

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February 10, 2012

In this issue:

  • PepsiCo's Sarah Robb O'Hagan, Head of Gatorade, and Simon Lowden, CMO of Pepsi Beverages Co, On BD's Wall Street Smarts Conference Program. Set for June 11th in NYC.
     
  • CSDs Full-Year 2011: Coke Posts Volume and Share Growth. Pepsi And DPS Decline. This Data Usually Correlates With All-Channel Results.
     
  • Market for Beverage Routes in Metro NYC Improving. Route Prices Vary. Volume Has Impact.
     
  • In C-Stores: Coke 12.5-oz Widely Carried. CSDs Down. Isotonics 'Robust.' Energy Drinks Strong.
     
  • RTD Coffee and Coffee Energy Gained Steam in 2011. Pepsi-Starbucks Dominates This Category.
     
  • U.S. Tax Changes May Impact Bottler Consolidation. What the Differences Could Mean.
     
  • 2011 Price Increases Drove Stronger Dollar Than Volume Performance.
     
  • Coke Reports Full Year Global Volume Growth of +4%. North America Up +1%, With CSDs Down -1%.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Full-Year 2011 Multi-Channel Take-Home Soft Drink Data.Data for supermarkets, convenience/gas stores, drug chains and mass merchandisers (excludes Wal-Mart) from two separate data sets. Covers CSD companies and top-10 brands.

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January 27, 2012

In this issue:

  • Coca-Cola North America CSD President Katie Bayne and Dr Pepper Snapple CFO Marty Ellen On BD's Wall Street Smarts Conference Program. Set for June 11th in NYC.
     
  • PepsiCo's Decision to Hold Investor Meeting -- Not Conference Call -- Spurs Speculation.
     
  • Tropicana Pure Premium Returning to All-Florida Juice. New Grower-Themed Ads. Company Says It Can Manage Potential Supply Chain Issues. Some Analysts Cite Possible Crop Risk.
     
  • Dr Pepper 10 Early Read. Brand's Shares Skitterish In Early Months. But, So Were Coke Zero's.
     
  • Coke 1.25 Liter in Wide Distribution. National Price 99 Cents. Pepsi 1.5-Liter Lower ACV. In the Stores.
     
  • Billion-Dollar Brand Face-Off: PepsiCo 22, With 14 in Beverages. Coke 15, All Beverages.
     
  • Coke Will Use Its Polar Bears in Super Bowl Ads. Bears Will 'Fall Asleep' During Pepsi's Ads.
     

Green Sheet supplement:

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January 13, 2012

In this issue:

Green Sheet supplement:

  • Stock Price Charts: January 2000 Through December 2011.  Charts illustrate share price trends for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Coca-Cola Co (KO), PepsiCo (PEP), Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS), Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE), Cott (COT), Monster (MNST) and Jones Soda (JSDA).

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