Do you ever have that worn-out feeling in the mid-afternoon? Is that feeling like you are in serious need of a nap? Or, as I like to call it, "a nap attack." It happens to many of us every day. And many people combat the "nap attack" with energy drinks. I will admit that I consumed many energy drinks in my day. But, rarely are they my first choice. I typically will reach for coffee before a Red Bull. Mostly because drinking too many energy drinks not only makes me jittery but also makes my stomach feel like I drank anti-freeze. I guess Mtn Dew has some products that closely resemble anti-freeze.

PepsiCo has announced that they are discontinuing some popular drinks from their arsenal of beverages.

According to TheStreet

The company made reference to that on the website for Rockstar Energy, another PepsiCo energy-drink brand.

"After careful consideration, we will be discontinuing MTN Dew Energy.  Fear not, Rockstar has your back for your energy needs. Find your flavor today"


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MTN DEW Energy drinks will disappear from Montana shelves in the coming weeks. Why? Margins I guess. PepsiCo already owns the popular Rockstar Energy Drink. They are simply adjusting lower-performing products to increase profit margins and changes in the market.

According to TheStreet

Pepsi has seen some changes in consumer behavior. PepsiCo Chief Executive Ramon Laguarta addressed the issue during his company's third-quarter-earnings call.


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Will PepsiCo axe more products in its line of beverages? What other drinks will soon disappear from Montana shelves? How will we battle the dreaded "nap attack?" Stay tuned!

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