Soda sales are taking a hit in North America and the company is looking to uphold its strong performance in the snacks business.
For years, Todd Mills pushed Frito-Lay to make taco shells from Doritos. He died from a brain tumor on Thanksgiving.
There's more than the taste of Coke or Pepsi to consider when deciding which brand is the better investment.
While the cereal and snack food stock does offer a strong yield at 2.9%, I still consider this a stale pick.
The world's most popular beverage maker is facing increasing competition within the Chinese market.
Fox is reported to be charging $4 million for 30 seconds, and big brands such as Subway are opting out.
The word itself appeals to consumers, but it has no clear meaning and opens producers to lawsuits challenging the claim.
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