5 up-and-coming beverage stocks

Coke and Pepsi have ruled the soft drink industry for decades, but these upstarts are giving them a run for their money.

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Mar 27, 2014 1:59PM
Why drink soda when you have beer? And why drink beer when you have bourbon?
Mar 27, 2014 2:58PM
Pretentious Food Nazis commenting in 3...2...1...
Mar 27, 2014 1:32PM
Food stamps recipients love their soda.
Mar 27, 2014 3:01PM
One company that is seldom mentioned is Cott beverages.  Close to $2.3 Billion is sales!  They are a sleeping giant that few consumers pay attention to.   They are the largest "store-branded" supplier of soft drinks.

They appear to be able to keep a low profile because most of their customers purchase their "branded" beverages from them and they don't  sell directly to the consumer.


When will this witch hunt end!


What do you call 100 ambulance chasing lawyers at teh bottom of the ocean?

Mar 27, 2014 6:18PM
why drink any of this crap???????????
Mar 27, 2014 1:54PM
I prefer my grape favored Dasani water and my cup of Joe in the mornings. I might have Diet Grapico once in a blue moon and some unsweeten tea on occasion. But, water is my main staple. Stay thirsty, my friend.
Mar 23, 2014 1:19PM
My question is why would anyone drink a soda or beverage when water is available! Drink more water and enjoy life today, save your soda money for things that are more important and I don't mean another drink of any kind....
Mar 23, 2014 11:44PM

Weren't the Hansens  professional hockey players. If I remember correctly there were 3 brothers, perhaps twins. They were unstoppable but I didn't know they had other business interests. They will probably be just as successful w/ that as they were in hockey. Always had good sportsmanship.

Dedicated to the game as anyone could be. Fine young men!!

Mar 29, 2014 9:20AM
I see by the "thumbs up-thumbs down" scoring on this thread that MSN has now hired themselves a mathematicians with equal abilitity to their writing staff.  Select "Best" and scroll past a couple of pages looking at the positions.
Mar 23, 2014 2:30PM
Remember when the ignorant pundits were proclaiming Hansens as the holy grail of sodas?
Mar 27, 2014 1:51PM
And Obama tells Pope Francis he is a "great admirer"
Mar 23, 2014 11:43PM

I unfortunately must agree with the sentiment expressed here. I drink seltzer water.

There is nothing added to it other than "natural flavoring." If and when

McD etal sell it probably  along with the usual crud, public health will be improved

immensely. People are addicted to sugar & caffeine. And sweetners, both artificial and natural

MAY be worse than thought. Possibly the "natural flavoring" in the seltzer is also bad.

So never mind, and most can't kick sugar addiction anyhow.  McD etal fast

feed is die-licious too, especially the sodium laden yummy fries.

Mar 24, 2014 1:59AM
All these stocks are going to tank as people learn more about what chemicals are not edible.
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