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MOM Brands buys rights to "choice of a new generation" tagline from Pepsi

The Minneapolis-based cereal company, formally known as Malt-O-Meal, plans to use the slogan in an online ad campaign. Pepsi often used it in the mid-1980s with ads featuring Michael Jackson.
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The Minneapolis-based cereal company, formally known as Malt-O-Meal, plans to use the slogan in an online ad campaign. Pepsi often used it in the mid-1980s with ads featuring Michael Jackson.

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