What are Pepsi bottles?

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Pepsi is a cola that is sold in both cans and plastic bottles. The two standard bottle sizes sold in the United States as of 2014 are the 20-ounce size and the 2-liter size.

According to PepsiCo, during the Great Depression, a 6-ounce bottle of Pepsi sold for 5 cents. Pepsi made the switch from glass bottles to plastic in 1970 in response to customers' demand for a more lightweight bottle. In 2013, PepsiCo released a statement announcing that Pepsi would be adopting a completely plant-based, renewable PET plastic for its bottles in an effort to reduce the company's carbon footprint. According to MyFitnessPal.com, a 20-ounce bottle of regular Pepsi contains 250 calories.

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Since the age of a Pepsi bottle cannot be found on the bottle itself you will have to do some investigating. Here are a few tips that may help: 1. If it says 'Pepsi Cola' it was made
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1. Look at the brand name on the bottle. Pepsi's true name was Pepsi-Cola in 1903 and antique bottles will still bear the Pepsi-Cola name up until 1953. 2. Check out the label. Reproduction
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In many states actually, there is no one place it is bottled.
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The new Pepsi bottle logo consists of a solid blue background with the white
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