ATWATER, CALIFORNIA -- I have been a loyal Pepsi drinker for nearly 50 years now. Since I never acquired a taste for coffee, Pepsi is my morning coffee. In fact, it's my coffee all day long, as there is always a Pepsi by my side. It's no big deal to come across a defective can with flat Pepsi inside now and then, but lately, there has been so many that it prompted me to write in about it. To my surprise, I've noticed and read several other folks saying basically the same thing. We know our Pepsi, right folks? Us die-hard Pepsi fans can take the blind test against the competitor and choose our Pepsi every time. Well, until lately anyway. I sure wouldn't choose these recent ones as Pepsi at all.
So, what's going on at the Pepsi Company y'all? I'm sure we all would appreciate hearing your explanation about this, and why they even made it to the store shelves. It wasn't found just in my neighborhood, we found the same problem in the next county while visiting relatives. From these other complaints, seems it's all across the U.S. How did all that bad Pepsi get missed? Then, it would be really nice if you showed how much you value and appreciate your loyal customers, by compensating them for spending their hard earned money on so many bad cans of soda, a product they've trusted and enjoyed for so many years.
We all are feeling the squeeze from our economy these days, and it doesn't help to be pouring money down the drain, literally! Then to quickly find something to get that awful taste out of our mouth. It's SO yucky! Come on Pepsi corporate people, show the world what a great company you are. Led by example and show how a major company can, and will, do right by those who made them successful in the first place. Make us Pepsi People Proud.
GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE -- I'm somewhat upset that it took me approx. 20 minutes to locate a way to contact your company. All I wanted was to let you know I had received an email supposedly from your company stating I had won 1.5 million euros and that I needed to provide some info by going to a Pepsi site. You should seriously consider whether or not you want to make it this difficult for a consumer to contact your company. This experience will cause me to seriously consider whether or not I have the time to find contact info for another company.
I bought a bottle of Pepsi from the machine at work last week. I was unable to open the bottle. I asked everyone I work with to try to open it and nobody could. I took the bottle home and used pliers, a screwdriver, anything I could think of. It still won't open. The bottle sits in front of me still sealed shut. I want my money back. This is ridiculous.
I've been drinking Pepsi since I was a young lad. It's my 3rd fave, the others being DEW and DR pepper. I was a bit hesitant getting Pepsi throwback because usually when Pepsi comes out with a different flavor it's some diet concoction that leaves a chemical aftertaste in my mouth. Throwback on the other hand tastes better than regular Pepsi because it uses real sugar instead of HFCS. It's less syrupy and tastes natural. If you want to know what Pepsi tasted back in the day I'd get throwback - it's much better than regular Pepsi.
The design of the bottle makes them very unstable and have had many mishaps when setting it down on less than a hard flat table. I am a Pepsi addict and would not change but have had many spills. I know the design is a marking tool to fill the bottle less without the customer feeling they are getting less. But if they spill it all the time it's not worth it. I am 69 and have used Pepsi all my life.
FREDERICKTOWN, MISSOURI -- I am a SERIOUS Pepsiholic!! If it came in the form of an IV I would buy it. Within a month's time I go through 7 cases of Pepsi and 3 cases of Mountain Dew. Found a new kind of dew and now it's vanished. That hurts so much!!! Bring it back soon! Pepsi's number 1 customer.
Everywhere I go I see the new Pepsi next advertised. I was thinking it was another nasty diet drink. But, with all the hype I picked up a 2-liter to see what it was all about. It actually tastes pretty good! It's pretty much regular Pepsi with 60 percent less sugar. I was pleasantly surprised with the milder taste. I don't think I'll pick it up regularly but I do recommend to folks who like regular Pepsi.