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  • Pepsi releases a stevia-sweetened drink
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Pepsi releases a stevia-sweetened drink

PepsiCo's answer to Coke Life is a stevia-sweetened drink called Pepsi True that contains 30% less sugar than regular Pepsi. As people grow wary of what they're putting into their bodies, can Pepsi attract health-conscious drinkers with its green-coloured product?

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