(98) Dr Pepper

March 2013
Grocer;3/23/2013 Supplement, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 2.4% increase in sales of Dr Pepper drinks, benefited from a redesign aimed at creating two clear identities for Original and sugar-free Zero variants in Great Britain.


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