Subway Makes a Major Change to Their Menu

Subway, one of the country’s largest fast food chains, has announced a significant change that will impact its customers for the next decade. Starting in 2025, Subway will no longer offer Coca-Cola products and will exclusively serve Pepsi products instead.

For the past 20 years, Subway has been serving Coca-Cola products, but now they will switch to Pepsi. While some regions of the world already sell Pepsi products at Subway, this change will apply to all locations in the United States starting from January 1, 2025.

Subway believes that this change aligns with the preferences of its guests and will deliver a better food and beverage experience. The new beverage selection will include Pepsi, Pepsi Zero Sugar, Mountain Dew, Starry, Tropicana, Lipton, Aquafina, and Gatorade.

This decision by Subway is quite a departure, as the majority of major fast food chains in the US serve Coca-Cola products. However, Subway has stated that this change is part of their commitment to becoming America’s favorite place to eat, drink, and work.

While the beverage selection is changing, Subway’s snack lineup will remain the same until 2030. Subway recently extended its partnership with Frito-Lay, ensuring that favorite snacks will still be available to customers.

Doug Fry, the President of Subway North America, expressed excitement about the partnership with PepsiCo. He believes that it will not only bring delicious beverage and snack choices to guests but also provide cost-effective solutions for franchisees.

So, what are your thoughts on this change? Are you bothered by Subway serving Pepsi products instead of Coca-Cola