SOMERS, N.Y. -- The Pepsi Generation is watching its weight, and to address the caloric concerns of the twenty-something crowd, the Pepsi-Cola Co. here is test-marketing Pepsi XL, which has half the calories of regular Pepsi. Pepsi XL, which is being test-marketed in the Florida cities of Miami, Tampa, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale starting this month, has a mix of 50% aspartame and 50% high-fructose corn syrup/sugar. A serving of Pepsi XL has 70 calories, vs. 150 for ...

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