The 2015 Texas Rangers Dr. Pepper Awards Dinner takes place Friday, January 23rd at 7 p.m., located at the Omni Dallas hotel. Join us in honoring the 2014 Texas Rangers awards winners, including player of the year, Adrian Beltre. Plus, check out a live broadcast from Ben & Skin. Click HERE for tickets and details.
Dr. Pepper will be the presenting sponsor of the trophy awarded to the winner of the new College Football Playoff championship to be played on Jan. 12, 2015.
Americans are cutting back on both regular soda and diet soda. So, Dr Pepper is testing something in between — a 60-calorie version made with natural sweeteners.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group reported a decline in fourth-quarter sales volume on Wednesday, as the company struggles to get Americans to drink more of its soda products.
Second quarter net income for Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. has declined 13 percent amid higher commodity costs, bad weather and cautious consumer spending.
Destroying a perfectly good bottle of Dr. Pepper is not cool. But doing so with a crossbow and filming it at 2500 frames per second — awesome.
Apparently Dr Pepper thinks 10 is the new zero. Next month, the country’s No. 3 soft drink company plans to roll out 10-calorie versions of its five big biggest soda brands: 7-Up, Sunkist, Canada Dry, RC Cola and A&W Root Beer.
An advocacy group wants to take the fizz out of 7-Up’s antioxidant claims.
As criticism over sugary sodas intensifies, Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper are rolling out new vending machines that display just how many calories are in their drinks.
In this last remnant of untouched coastal prairie near Houston, the Dr Pepper Snapple Group has partnered with The Nature Conservancy to ensure water quality and quantity for its nearby bottling plant.
The Dr Pepper Snapple Group said that higher prices for its portfolio of sodas, teas and juice beverages helped raise its second-quarter net income by 3 percent.
There’s new evidence that the nation may be souring on sweets—especially sugary drinks. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a ban on sugary drinks larger than 16 oz. The first-of-its-kind ban in the US would include drinks served at restaurants, movie theaters and sports venues. But, convenience and grocery stores would be exempted. The goal is to combat soaring obesity rates.