Dr. Pepper Snapple and Mondelez are trading at discounts to their rivals and the overall market.
Are Coca-Cola and PepsiCo strong enough to adapt to changing consumer demand?
Too big to be craft, too small to compete against the megabrewers: Maybe the brewer needs to take a different path altogether.
The energy-drink specialist is benefiting from several game-changing deals, including a global distribution partnership with Coca-Cola.
With market share continuing to diminish, it's starting to look as if the competition is eating Boston Beer's lunch. Here's what investors need to know.
Having picked up the fastest-growing craft beer for a pretty penny, the brewer is making the investment pay off.
In the face of declining popularity for soda and other sugary beverages, CEO Indra Nooyi has a clear plan for the future of Pepsi.
The beverage manufacturer reported softer volume trends in Q2 2016, particularly in sparkling beverages, and revised revenue and earnings targets downward for the full year.
Its size and reach may also mean it doesn't have to make any more.
With year after year of declining soda sales, increasingly health-conscious consumers seem ready to give up these sugary drinks -- industry leaders Coca-Cola and Pepsi have plenty up their sleeves to please investors.