Subway Leaves Coca-Cola for Pepsi to Deliver Better Food and Experience

Subway has switched to Pepsi after selling Coca-Cola products, under its 15-year deal with The Coca-Cola Company in 2003, for more than 20 years. The sandwich chain announced a 10-year agreement with PepsiCo to supply beverages in its US restaurants effective from January 1, 2025.

Subway will extend its longstanding partnership with Frito-Lay through 2030, bringing the brand’s snack and beverage portfolio together under one supplier. The restaurant will offer a consumer-driven assortment of beverages from the diverse PepsiCo beverages portfolio such as Pepsi, Pepsi Zero Sugar, MTN DEW, Starry, Tropicana, Lipton, Aquafina, and Gatorade.

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The new agreement with PepsiCo reflects Subway’s commitment to delivering better food and better guest experience. Doug Fry, President of Subway, North America, said the partnership with PepsiCo is an exciting milestone in their journey to become America’s favorite place to eat, drink, and work. “It’s a win-win for everyone, as it brings a delicious suite of beverages and snack choices to our guests, driving additional consideration of these menu items, while also providing cost-effective, streamlined solutions to our franchisees.”

Subway Leaves Coca-Cola for Pepsi to Deliver Better Food and Experience

Anne Fink, President at PepsiCo Global Foodservice, said the agreement with Subway represents two iconic companies coming together to further their commitment to delivering operational excellence and driving breakthrough innovation for consumers across the US. “Together, we’re elevating the consumer experience with dynamic beverage and snack offerings – including those that appeal to a broad spectrum of consumers – bringing new flavors to Subway fans in a powerful way.”

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