The beverage category is changing fast, but a lot is at stake.
The trend has been fueled by food and beverage giants like PepsiCo and Coca-Cola.
In the first quarter, the company’s sales rose by 5.1% and its revenue rose 11.7%.
But with many of its top brands selling well in the past year, the fast-paced growth of the beverage industry is a growing concern for the companies, and their shareholders.
A look at some of the buzzwords for the beverage category, as well as some of their potential benefits: Beverage: The drink category is one of the fastest-growing in the U.S. The fast-food industry is the leading consumer-facing sector in terms of sales.
It is estimated that more than a quarter of U.s. households drink soda.
Beverages include water, juice, and tea, along with hot drinks like Coke and Pepsi.
Beverage companies are also in a unique position to capture a bigger slice of the U.” beverage industry.
Beverries also compete with the fast food industry, which is largely focused on the health and fitness industries.
SodaStream, the maker of Diet Coke and other sodas, and Diet Pepsi are both based in New York City.
The beverage industry’s influence on the food and nutrition industries is significant.
The food industry’s focus on health and wellness is not the same as the beverage market, which tends to focus more on flavor and nutrition.
The health and nutrition companies have also had a lot of success with marketing their products.
While the soda companies have seen success with the health-focused market, brands like Coke have found success with food and drink.
Diet Coke, which has a diet-friendly name, is an instant hit.
A study from the research firm MarketScan found that over the past three years, soda consumption increased 15.3% in the United States.
Soda brands have also found success marketing their drinks in the media.
PepsiCo’s PepsiCo+ brand is a leading drink brand in the food, beverage, and beauty industries.
The brand has been in the news a lot recently for being the subject of a sexual harassment scandal involving female employees.
In addition, CokeCo has a big name brand in ice cream and ice cream desserts.
The Coca-Pepsi brand is based in California.
In 2014, Coke launched the popular Coca-cola+ brand, a new line of frozen desserts.
Pepsi is the number-one selling beverage brand in America.
It sold $5.2 trillion worth of drinks in 2014.
Pepsi has also been at the forefront of technology in the beverage and food industry.
CokeCo is the world’s biggest ice maker and its technology company, Xterra, was acquired by the Coca-Cola Group.
The technology company was acquired in 2011 for $12.7 billion.
Coca-Co+ is a fast-growing food brand, but CokeCo also has a growing beverage and soda market share.
Pepsi and Coca Cola are two of the biggest soda brands in the world.
The world’s top-selling beverages include Coca- Cola, which sells over 3 billion gallons of soft drinks a day.
The Coke brand is also the number one seller of soda in the country.
Coca Colas, Pepsi, and PepsiCo are all headquartered in the Los Angeles area.
They have more than 500 brands, including Corona, Fanta, and Fanta Lite.
CocaCola has a strong presence in the drinks and beverage industry and it is growing.
CocaCo is on track to sell over 4 billion gallons per day of beverages this year, up from about 2.5 billion gallons in 2015.
Pepsi co-founded CokeCo in 1986.
The company is the third-largest beverage company in the nation, after Coca-Capitol and Pepsi, according to market research firm Euromonitor.
Coca, the largest beverage company, is the largest producer of soft drink and other beverages in the industry, according a recent report from Euromonitors.
Coca cola and Pepsi have more in common than they do different brands.
Cocacolas beverages have a stronger flavor and are sweeter than PepsiCo.
Pepsi, which owns brands like Sprite and Dr. Pepper, has a stronger brand identity than CokeCo.
Coca is a large soda maker, and CokeCo+ has been at its center since the company began as a company in 1975.
Coca’s soda brands include Coca Colosseum, Coca Colo, Coca-Coke, and CocaCola.
Pepsi brands include Dr.
Pepper, Dr. Jart, Dr Pepper Snapple, and Dr Pepper.
Pepsi can also be found in soft drinks, such as Sprite, and beverages, such to the Coca ColA.
CocaColas revenue is up more than 20% this year.
Pepsi Co’s revenue rose 9.6% in 2015, and its share of the soft drink market has increased nearly 50%.