OREGON -- I would not have bought Pepsi "next" as I am a die-hard Diet Coke fan but my daughter loves it and bought some for herself and I ran out of Diet Coke. So because this is my source of caffeine I had one of hers - LOVE it. This in my opinion is by far better than any other Pepsi or Diet Pepsi. I could without a doubt change but I am afraid if I start loving it you will take off the shelf as this on time release item. So Please keep making this product. My daughter and I would love it but I am not blind in thinking we are 2 people out of so so many but hope we are heard! Thank you.
LIRA, UTAH -- You have done a lot of recent to increase the number of your soda products. More over your promotion activities in my country Uganda at the moment I can say, is ranking almost the best because people are winning more prizes and drinking a lot of your soda products and all these has contributed significantly to increase in your sales. You have even greatly improved the test of your drinks. I am among citizen who enjoy your drinks. However at the moment I am very much dismayed and stressed up when I got pieces of glass in a freshly opened Mirinda bottle, yet the bottle had no damage at all.
This incident has made me worried again of your products and the way your employees in the branch within my reach treated me after reporting was not pleasing at all. I needed to undergo a medical scan and other diagnosis to check whether the pieces of glass did not enter me. But being a poor person here I am only believing in my God but I think it's much better to report to you and the nearby authorities. Conclusively, I Urged Pepsi cola to quickly respond and close the gaps exhibited within the company.
AKRON, OHIO -- Ever since the company switched the bottle caps, I've had to go through a lot to get them open. I don't drink Pepsi often, but my parents do, so we always have bottles of it in the house. We buy packs of 20 oz bottles. Whenever I do feel like drinking some Pepsi, it takes forever to get the bottle caps off. They're shorter, smaller, and have more ridges, which always tear up the skin on the inside of my hand. Also, it takes a lot of strength to remove them. I've had to use pliers more than once to open a bottle of Pepsi. (: Thank you, and goodbye.
LEWISTON, IDAHO -- I purchased a case of Pepsi this month. Stored it in basement along with other cases of pop. Noticed liquid stuff all over the floor and carpet. Checked the cases of pop and one case of Pepsi had leaked all over floor. The code number is: 120170. There were no holes in the cans. The cans were sealed, but over half of the cans were empty and several other cans were less than half full. Somehow or another they exploded. I would like a coupon for another case of Pepsi to replace the one I have lost. It was a real mess to clean up. I notified a person from the Pepsi Co. and she completely ignored my email. Guess she was too important for this matter.
I hardly ever drink soda, but today I am trying to function on 3 hours of sleep. I need caffeine! Normally, I get a cup of coffee, but I took my coffee cup home over the weekend and forgot to take it back to work today. So off to the vending machine I go to purchase a bottle of Pepsi. I haven't had Pepsi from the bottle in a long time. I have on occasion gotten Pepsi from the fountain at a restaurant (I think soda tastes better from the fountain anyway).
I took a sip from the bottle and noticed it tasted flat. I double checked the label to make sure I hadn't chosen diet. I hadn't. I looked at the "drink by this date" area and it said it is good until Oct 17th. I've read a lot of complaints on here about flat Pepsi, and I now I feel their pain. I knew I should've done the Dew instead.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE -- For three months we have been waiting on our retail account with Nashville Pepsi. Three times we have sent in our tax ID number. If we call and receive info this morning, we can call this afternoon and receive different information. Today, three different people stated they would look at the issues and return my call. No one has called and it is now after hours. What is going on with this company? Do you have enough business? Or do you not have time for small businesses? If this is the case, just say so instead of making empty promises. Your competitor has no problem providing service. What's your problem?
2A HALEY LANE, NEW YORK -- I am very unsatisfied. I purchase most of the time quantities of Pepsi and Mountain Dew soda. And many to many times there has been bottled of soda newly opened that were very flat and spent so much money wasted on this with the economy of prices going up unless you get a really good sale. This has been a favorite soft drink in my home for many years and when growing up also. I would like to be reimbursed or made things right for all the hassle of this. I would like to keep drinking this product and my family enjoying this product also.
Also if you have coupons I would appreciate them being mailed to my home. I do not own a printer. P. S. I also used to like the caps “buy one 20 oz., get one” which was very nice. My children enjoyed that and know they were getting and extra bottle for free with the payment of depos. and tax.
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA -- I have been drinking Pepsi cola in one form or another for the last 50 years and am really pissed that they have let the quality of their product get to this point. I have tried buying Pepsi in various places here in Lancaster, PA and it makes no difference, it all sucks. Where are my bubbles, dammit. If I want to drink something flat I will drink water. If this is a quality control problem, address it. IF this is going to be the product norm please let me know so I can go elsewhere with my business. Let me reiterate, I AM REALLY PISSED!!! I WANT MY PEPSI BACK!!!
OREGON -- Is it just me, or is there a problem with the packaging process at the Pepsi distributor for Costco in Portland, OR? We've been purchasing Pepsi products for many months from Costco without any issues, but now, THREE times in four months we have purchased 36-packs of Pepsi from Costco and like always put them in our firm's kitchen cupboard only to notice weeks later some leakage in the cupboard, with many of the soda packs (including the affected one) soaked with dark sticky soda.
Upon inspection, it turned out that several cans of Pepsi were EMPTY, right there inside the UNOPENED case, having slowly leaked the contents through super-tiny pinhole puncture(s) along the bottom rim of the can! It looks like there was some roughing up going on in the packaging process, possibly by faulty machinery. The leaks are slow enough to be undetected at the time of packaging and even purchase until they've been sitting for weeks, which is a FAIL for the consumer.
I have cleaned up huge, sticky spills in our kitchen three times because of this, and so I am hoping the Pepsi corporation takes notice and looks into all packaging facilities in the Northwest, especially the Portland area, to find out what is causing this mess! HAS ANYONE ELSE HAD THIS PROBLEM? Why does it seem to only happen to Pepsi cans?
So trying to get off the bottle cap on these Pepsi 20 oz bottles (today's was an Aquafina) really hurts my hand and I still can't get the cap off. I was able to break the seal pretty cleanly using scissors at my desk. I'm at work so I don't have access to more sophisticated tools like bottle openers. After breaking the seal I still can't get the stupid cap off. Ever since Pepsi made their bottle caps smaller this has been a problem. I realize that we're probably saving plastic with the smaller caps, but I can't get the bottle open so it sort of defeats the purpose.
It's really frustrating. Can someone working for Pepsi please make it possible to open the stupid 20 oz bottles again? I just wasted a $1.25 on this bottle that I can find no way to get open after further adventures with the scissors. I'm really annoyed (and thirsty). Thanks. Edit: Actually upon further thought I think this problem may be more specific to the Aquafina bottles. I don't think I've ever had this much difficulty with the Diet Pepsi bottles.