[Answer] Which soft drink was specifically created by the Coca-Cola Company to compete against Dr Pepper?

Which soft drink was specifically created by the Coca-Cola Company to compete against Dr Pepper?

The Boston Mountains form the southwestern part of the Ozark plateau where they are the highest portion of the Ozarks. Summits can reach elevations of just over 2,560 feet (780 m) with valleys 500 feet (150 m) to 1,550 feet (470 m) deep. Turner Ward Knob (TWK) is the highest named peak. Located in western Newton County, Arkansas, its elevation is 2,463 feet (751 m). Nearby, five unnamed peaks have elevations at or slightly above 2,560 feet (780 m). Two of these highest peaks are located 2.2 miles (3.5 km) west of Turner Ward Knob, one being the location of the Buffalo Lookout fire tower at 2,561 feet (781 m).[7] The other three highest peaks are located 4–5 miles (6.4–8.0 km) south-southwest of Turner Ward Knob along Arkansas Highway 16.[7][8][9]

Mr. Pibb is a soft drink marketed by The Coca-Cola Company. First introduced as “Peppo” and eventually renamed “Dr. Pibb” to compete against Dr Pepper, the name was changed to “Mr. Pibb” after Dr Pepper sued The Coca-Cola Company for trademark infringement. The original test markets for Mr. Pibb in 1972 were located in Waco, Texas, the birthplace of Dr Pepper, before the company moved to Dallas, Texas. In 2001, a new formula called Pibb Xtra added cinnamon flavor, replacing the original formula in many parts of the United States.

[Answer] Which soft drink was specifically created by the Coca-Cola Company to compete against Dr Pepper?

Carbonated soft drinks belong to the non-alcoholic beverage industry. This industry produces regular and diet fizzy drinks, juice, bottled water, sports and energy drinks, and hot and iced coffee and tea. The market leaders in this industry are The Coca-Cola Corporation, PepsiCo. Inc. and Dr. Pepper Snapple.

Mr. Pibb is a soft drink marketed by The Coca-Cola Company. First introduced as “Peppo” and eventually renamed “Dr. Pibb” to compete against Dr Pepper, the name was changed to “Mr. Pibb” after Dr Pepper sued The Coca-Cola Company for trademark infringement. The original test markets for Mr. Pibb in 1972 were located in Waco, Texas, the birthplace of Dr Pepper, before the company moved to Dallas, Texas. In 2001, a new formula called Pibb Xtra added cinnamon flavor, replacing the original formula in many parts of the United States.

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