“Diet Coke sales were down a staggering 6% in just the last three months of 2017.”

“ ‘Do what thou wilt’ shall be the whole of the law.”

Aleister Crowley, from “The Book of the Law“, 1904

 

The idea of Antichrist is an unspoken knowledge that every person has, it’s just the acceptance of yourself as a powerful being who can make their own decisions. It is not someone with a 666 on their head.”

—Marilyn Manson, 1996

 

January 26, 2018 – ‘Because I Can’: Diet Coke Launches Campaign to Support Rebrand

The soda company’s new TV spots send a youthful, libertarian and, even, audacious message

 

 

 

 

But don’t worry, Crowley’s dead, and so is Diet Coke, even though it’s in the “shambling zombie corpse” phase of its life, and our orange, teleprompter-reading President just toasted the leader of North Korea with one.

The title of the thread is “Positive Changes That Are Occurring”, and that’s why, in one of the articles I’ve appended below, you’ll read that “Diet Coke sales were down a staggering 6% in just the last three months of 2017.”

Those are what you call “going out of business numbers”, and that’s exactly what the pathologically-lying Illuminist sociopaths are doing, right now. are doing. They are Going…Out of…Business.

Organic food sales in the United States increased by 8.4% in 2016, compared to an overall increase in U.S. food sales of .6%.

And, for each of those percentage-point increases on the Organic food side, there’s a corresponding drop on the weaponized-food side. And everyone consuming non-weaponized food and beverages is letting the air out of a lot of other Black programmes, like, for instance, Cancer, and poisoning of waterways, and the Antidepressants you required because you hated yourself for getting fat while drinking the Diet Coke that somehow didn’t do the same thing to Taylor Swift.

While this is still the early, dim period within the larger, growing realization that the folks in charge are not our friends, and have been lying to us about basically everything, this situation is rolling, and it is about to be STEAMrolling.

The future is humanity being collectively wise enough to not allow “confidence games” to be played upon it, anymore, ever again. That’s where we are, right now.

“Read my lips, no new taxes!” “I’m going to shut down Guantanamo Bay!” “I’m going to drain the Swamp and make America great again!”

They’ve got nothing else in the tank…and the tank is just about empty.

Please consider sending them highest Love energy as you read this.

 

 

 

 

January 14, 2018 –  Diet Coke Is In Decline. And the Latest Revamp Might Not Help

Coca-Cola last week announced a major revamp of Diet Coke, including skinny cans and a variety of new fruit flavors. Diet Coke is still a pillar of Coke’s business, but the revamp comes as it is facing dramatic headwinds – according to one analysis, Diet Coke sales were down a staggering 6% in just the last three months of 2017.

 

May 26, 2017 – U.S. organic food sales jump more than 8% | Food Business News

Organic food sales in the United States increased by 8.4% in 2016 to reach $43 billion, marking the first time sales surpassed $40 billion, according to the Organic Trade Association’s industry survey released May 24. The 8.4% jump compared to an increase of 0.6% in overall U.S. food sales…

 

January 14, 2018 –  Diet Coke Is In Decline. And the Latest Revamp Might Not Help

Coca-Cola last week announced a major revamp of Diet Coke, including skinny cans and a variety of new fruit flavors. Diet Coke is still a pillar of Coke’s business, but the revamp comes as it is facing dramatic headwinds – according to one analysis, Diet Coke sales were down a staggering 6% in just the last three months of 2017.

The decline of Diet Coke, though, has been faster than that of any other Coke beverage. According to Atlantic writer Derek Thompson, part of that involves dramatically shifting perceptions of what qualifies as healthy. A decade ago, the fact that Diet Coke has no sugar or calories made it seem, for many, like a healthy choice.

 

But growing skepticism about artificial sweeteners — including evidence that they may still cause weight gain — means the most health-conscious consumers are shying away. Even the new Diet Coke flavors have invited scrutiny over the use of a newer artificial sweetener, known as Ace-K. That skepticism of all things artificial may explain why sales of full-sugar Coke are actually still growing.

 

January 26, 2018 – ‘Because I Can’: Diet Coke Launches Campaign to Support Rebrand 

The “Because I Can” campaign, breaking today, is all about doing the things in life that make you happy, no matter what anyone else thinks. A series of films – including the brand’s first Big Game spot in 21 years – takes a more straightforward and self-aware direction, with the kind of confidence Diet Coke has always had.

Acevedo added, “Diet Coke has always been a brand that stands for confidence, but how we’re saying it is totally new. Now, it’s about having the confidence to do what you want to do and drink what you want to drink. Because you can.”

 

February 4, 2018 – Amid health concerns, Diet Coke’s new TV ad boldly says, ‘Life is short’

The soda company’s new TV spots send a youthful, libertarian and, even, audacious message

The new commercial features a young woman, the actress Gillian Jacobs who stars in “Love” on Netflix NFLX, +1.46% buying a new tall, slim Diet Coke. The campaign, by Anomaly Los Angeles, features a variety of lesser known young actors, rather than major celebrities like Taylor Swift.

Jacobs buys a Diet Coke and speaks directly to the camera. “Look, here’s the thing about Diet Coke. “It’s delicious. It makes me feel good. Life is short. If you want to live in a yurt, yurt it up. If you want to run in a marathon, I mean, that sounds super hard, but OK. I mean, just do you…”

Researchers are divided over whether diet soda actually helps people lose weight, according to a 2017 review of trials and studies involving more than 400,000 participants and published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Diet soda may actually condition the body to expect calories.

Another 2015 study found that older women who consume two or more diet sodas per day are 30% more likely to suffer a cardiovascular event and 50% more likely to die from related diseases than women who rarely consume the drinks. It analyzed nearly 60,000 women aged 50 to 79 years.

 

February 7, 2018 – Organic food and drink sales rise to record levels in the UK

Sales of organic food and drink in the UK rose by 6% last year to a record £2.2bn, fuelled by strong growth through independent outlets and home delivery which … In a sixth year of consecutive growth, sales have bounced back after plummeting following the recession.

 

February 15, 2018 – Future Looks Bright for Organic Produce Growth – Growing Produce

 

 

 

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