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July 15, 2010 09:11 ET

Dr. Pepper Snapple Looking to Impress Shareholders

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - July 15, 2010) - evaluates the progression of Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Inc. as macroeconomic conditions within the industry strengthen. Sign up now at to access the research report on Dr. Pepper Snapple.

The beverage sector is a $43.3 billion industry which regroups some of the most iconic companies in the world like Coca Cola, Pepsico Inc. and Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Inc. (NYSE: DPS). In the last couple of years, this industry has been wagering an all out war with lawmakers in Washington lobbying against soda taxes. As a means to curb the obesity level in the country, the U.S. government introduced the soda taxes. However, industry players do not want to be the only ones literally paying for the United States' unhealthiness and having their products tagged in a similar fashion as alcohol or cigarettes. After spending record millions to lobby against the soda taxes, the soda industry seems to now have the upper-hand over the government as these companies have managed to nullify the efforts of some states to have these taxes passed in 2010. provides technical analysis and free downloadable research reports on Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. by signing up now at is a source for investors seeking free information on food & beverages Industry; investors and shareholders of Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., McDonald's Corp. and Kraft Foods Inc. are encouraged to sign up for free at

Evolving in a greatly competitive industry, Dr. Pepper Snapple has been actively inking deals with its bigger rivals to get its products to more locations. Furthermore, last year, the company managed to finalize a 5-year agreement with the world's largest restaurant company, McDonald's Corp. (NYSE: MCD), which helped Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Inc. to have a better footing at the fast-food chain. The company had previously expanded its presence in over 7500 U.S. stores owned by Burger King and over 3500 sites owned by Sonic Corp. As it continues to take on more market shares, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group recently announced that its board endorsed a plan to buy-back $1 billion of shares within the next 3 years. Fill in your free membership registration to download the free report on McDonald's Corp. at

"The share repurchase news could not have come at a better time, when the market is currently enjoying a bulls' rally motivated by outstanding earnings for this quarter," commented Jack Benassi of "Dr. Pepper is looking good at a shareholder level with this news, and it is also getting investors' interest with the 20-year agreement it sealed with Coca Cola in June."

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