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Carnival Cruise Line Switching to Pepsi Products

Carnival Cruise Line is switching from Coke to Pepsi after the companies signed a new partnership.

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The partnership between Carnival, the world’s most popular cruise line, and PepsiCo means that the soda giant will become the preferred beverage partner for the cruise line’s North American fleet.

Beginning in January 2020, Carnival Cruise Line will begin serving a variety of beverages from the PepsiCo portfolio featuring premiere brands from Starbucks ready to drink coffee to fast-growing bubly sparkling water.

When the transition is complete, Carnival guests will have a broad selection of beverage choices, from iced tea, sparkling water, coffee drinks and sports drinks to juices and soft drinks, including an array of low calorie and no sugar options.

As they cruise, Carnival Cruise Line guests will be able to enjoy some of their favorite PepsiCo brands such as bubly, Pure Leaf, Naked Juice, Gatorade, MTN Dew, Starbucks, Pepsi, Pepsi Zero Sugar, Sierra Mist and Sierra Mist Zero Sugar among others.

“Our brands both celebrate having fun and offering something special for everyone, making PepsiCo and Carnival Cruise Line a great match,” said Anne Fink, president of PepsiCo Global Foodservice. “We’re excited to share the voyage as we create enjoyable, seamless experiences for Carnival Cruise Line passengers while they enjoy their fun vacations at sea and ashore.”

As “The World’s Most Popular Cruise Line,” Carnival Cruise Line annually sails more than 5.2 million guests Its fleet of 26 ships will grow to 28 with the delivery of Carnival Panorama in December 2019 and Mardi Gras in August 2020.

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  1. Something just doesn’t sound right if I say “Rum and Pepsi, please. All their stupid decisions in the last couple of years is probably why their stock has dropped from almost $70.00 to $42.00

  2. I dont drink that much soda. If i have one like coke. Hope they will have their regular unsweet tea. Thats about all i drink on board. If bot i will bring my own tea. Or be drinking alot of water.

  3. Bad Decision. Will not be buying any soda on the ship. Pepsi products are too sugary. Will bring my own.

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