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Interesting story about how PepsiCo is currently doing well with its core products. The key supposedly is doing something that I wouldn't have expected. (And which sounds difficult to sustain for very long.)

Pepsi soda and snacks are booming, in part, because the company is routing more of that stuff to convenience stores and packaging it up in smaller bags and bottles. . . . Packaging, it turns out, can be a great antidote to competition. 

Related: "The Curious Case of PepsiCo's Product Volumes".