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Pepsi Retro returns to store shelves in Quebec

BY Allison Cerra

MONTREAL — PepsiCo Canada announced that its Pepsi Retro product, which made its appearance back in January in Quebec, has returned to store shelves for the summer.

Pepsi Retro is a nod to its 1980s packaging and features iconic retro graphics. Consumers will find Pepsi Retro in stores beginning this week in 355-mL cans, 12-pack cases and 591-mL bottles, Pepsi said.

Quebecers can celebrate the return of Pepsi with a 1980s-themed promotion, "Pepsi Retro presents Ton Meunier préféré," highlighting Claude Meunier, the star of Pepsi’s 1980s commercials, and his favorite Pepsi commercials on Facebook.

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HyDrive Energy introduces decaffeinated drink

BY Allison Cerra

RYE, N.Y. — HyDrive Energy is gearing up to debut its caffeine-free energy drink.

HyDrive Decaf is 100% caffeine- and taurine-free and contains 30 calories per 15.5-oz. bottle. The beverage is available in a Wild Peach variety.

HyDrive Energy products can be purchased in more than 30,000 retail locations in 44 states and retail for a suggested price range of $1.49 to $1.79 per bottle.

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Baileys Mudslide keeps consumers cool this summer

BY Allison Cerra

NEW YORK — R&A Bailey & Co. has introduced a ready-to-serve cocktail.

New Baileys Mudslide ready-to-serve mix touts the flavor of Baileys Irish Cream and is designed to take the hassle out of making summer cocktails, the company said. The mix is available for a limited time only in two sizes for a suggested retail price range of $12.99 to $19.99.

A recipe for creating the perfect Baileys Mudslide can be found here.

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