Arby's Switches to Coke

The restaurant chain's contract with Pepsi is nearing expiration, causing them to switch over to Coca-Cola products.


Arby's restaurants will no longer be serving Pepsi products come May. The sandwich chain is switching to its competitor, Coca-Cola, once their contract expires.

Each beverage company made a full pitch to Arby's parent company, Inspire Brands. Coca-Cola ended up winning the deal with their offer.

Since every meal at Arby's includes a drink, it can make a big profit off of its switch. The company is aware of how the change can polarize customers who strongly prefer one product over the other, though. Arby's is expecting a transition period for the drinks.

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