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    Crystal Pepsi was a caffeine-free clear cola drink served in the United States in the early 1990's.
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  • Biggest Food Product Flops

    Coors took an unsuccessful stab at the water bottle business, offering original, lemon-lime and cherry flavors.
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  • Biggest Food Product Flops

    Crispy M&M's were discontinued in 2005 but fans of the candy have signed online petitions to bring them back.
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    In the 1980's, Life Savers soda faired well in taste tests but fell flat when it hit the market.
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  • Biggest Food Product Flops

    Heinz Ez Squirt's ketchup in green, purple and blue varities were discontinued in 2006.
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    Doritos 3D chips were discontinued dispite numerous online petitions to bring the chips back.
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    Cosmopolitan magazine's yogurt product only lasted 18 months on shelves.
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