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    You can now make Pepsi and Mountain Dew in your own kitchen in SECONDS

    You can now make Pepsi and Mountain Dew in your own kitchen in SECONDS – and NINE litres of soft drink will cost you just $7

    • Australians can now make their own soft drinks in the comfort of their own home 
    • SodaStream and PepsiCo have teamed up to offer a new experience 
    • The make the beverage, shoppers need a SodaStream sparkling water maker 
    • The soft drinks are in syrup form to be mixed with the carbonated water 
    • Each syrup bottle is priced at $7 and makes nine litres of soft drink

    SodaStream and PepsiCo have joined forces to offer Australians the chance to make a range of popular soft drinks at home within seconds. 

    The beverage flavours include Pepsi Max, Pepsi, 7UP, Mirinda and Mountain Dew, but are in the form of a syrup and are designed to be used with SodaSteam’s sparkling water markers.

    The innovative idea is perfect for summer and saves time and money as $7 of syrup makes nine litres of soft drink.  

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    SodaStream and PepsiCo have joined forces to offer Australians the chance to make a range of popular soft drinks at home within seconds

    The beverage flavours include Pepsi Max, Pepsi, 7UP, Mirinda and Mountain Dew, but are in the form of a syrup and are designed to be used with SodaSteam's sparkling water markers (pictured)

    The beverage flavours include Pepsi Max, Pepsi, 7UP, Mirinda and Mountain Dew, but are in the form of a syrup and are designed to be used with SodaSteam’s sparkling water markers (pictured)

    To make the soft drink, fill the one-litre bottle from the SodaStream system with water and press the button on the machine a few times to carbonate it.

    Next choose your favourite Pepsi flavour, add a capful to the sparkling water and enjoy the refreshing drink.

    The syrups are available from major retailers including Coles, Woolworths, Harvey Norman, Kmart, JB Hi-Fi and Big W. 

    The syrups are priced at $7 each and are available from major retailers including Coles, Woolworths, Harvey Norman, Kmart, JB Hi-Fi and Big W

    The syrups are priced at $7 each and are available from major retailers including Coles, Woolworths, Harvey Norman, Kmart, JB Hi-Fi and Big W

    Managing Director of SodaStream Australia, Mark Fenton said: ‘Pepsi for SodaStream flavours is the result of two key players in the beverages industry coming together for the first time in Australia.

    ‘Now, more than ever, Australians are craving the instant gratification that comes from living life on-demand, and Pepsi for SodaStream flavours delivers that at the touch of a button.

    ‘Aussies can get the great taste by mixing it with sparkling water, while also feeling good about saving thousands of single-use plastic bottles.’

    Brad Van Dijk, Managing Director of Beverages, PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand, added: ‘Together with SodaStream, we are excited to bring our iconic flavours to Australians in a new offering that provides consumers with another way to enjoy our great brands, with the same great taste they have always loved, while also providing a convenient way to reduce plastic waste.’

    This fantastic homemade alternative is also environmentally friendly and will help save thousands of single-use plastic bottles, as the syrups make nine litres of soft drink

    This fantastic homemade alternative is also environmentally friendly and will help save thousands of single-use plastic bottles, as the syrups make nine litres of soft drink

    The innovative idea is perfect for summer and saves time going to the supermarket to purchase soft drinks

    The soft drinks can be made at home within seconds

    The innovative idea is perfect for summer and saves time going to the supermarket to purchase soft drinks

    To get Australia’s taste buds buzzing for the new syrups and show Aussies how they can enjoy the great taste on demand from home, SodaStream is working with eccentric chef, Anna Polyviou.

    ‘I’m super pumped to be working with SodaStream to create different ways to use Pepsi for SodaStream flavours, not only is it about plain water turned into bubbles but its adding the syrups for a whole new taste,’ she said.

    ‘I’ve always enjoyed using my SodaStream and now I can use it to create different recipes and drinks perfect for summer around the corner, (I do love a cheeky Pepsi Max) in the same way.’ 

    The new home method will likely be popular among customers across Australia. 

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