A new fizz: Coca-Cola replaces Pepsi on campus
If you purchase a soft drink on Palm Beach State College campuses, starting next week you will have to “taste the feeling” with Coca-Cola.
The College is poised to sign an exclusive five-year contract for beverage services with the Coca-Cola Company this week after a 15-year agreement with Pepsi. This means that only Coca-Cola Co. brands, including Dasani water, Powerade sports drink, MinuteMaid juices and Illy ready-to-drink coffee products will be sold on all campuses.
“Coca-Cola products will be phased in on campus beginning with the cafeteria and bookstore and then with our vending machines,’’ said David Chojnacki, PBSC’s procurement director. Installation of the Coca-Cola coolers may begin as soon as Friday.
The cafeteria at the Lake Worth campus will include Coca-Cola’s Freestyle 7000 beverage dispensing machine, allowing buyers to choose from more than 100 drink flavors using touch screen technology.
6 comments on “A new fizz: Coca-Cola replaces Pepsi on campus”
This is great!!
Now I wont have to drive to the gas station on my lunch hour to get the “Real Thing”!
We need to take vending machines out of campuses all together, and have more juices and water!!!
I love me some Coke! Sorry, not sorry pepsi!
Mmm…More GMO high-fructose syrup and harmful additives! Woohoo!
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