ATLANTA -- Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola will form a company to manufacture and market Pringles chips and the two companies' juice and fruit-flavored drinks, splitting the profits, the companies announced recently from their respective headquarters in Cincinnati and Atlanta. ated growth promised by these companies should, by extension, mean accelerated growth for retail sales. Procter & Gamble enters the deal hoping to capitalize on Coke's vast distribution network, while Coke ...

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