Carnival Cruise Line Will Switch From Coca-Cola Products to PepsiCo, Inc.

By  //  November 16, 2019

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Carnival is Port Canaveral's oldest cruise partner

Christine Duffy, left, President of Carnival Cruise Line and Anne Fink, President of PepsiCo Global Foodservice toast to their new partnership. (Carnival Cruise Line image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Carnival Cruise Line will switch from Coca-Cola products to PepsiCo, Inc., beverages starting in January, the cruise line announced.

The new beverage lineup will include a wide selection of soft drinks, including low-calorie and no-sugar options, iced teas, sparkling water, coffee drinks, sports drinks and juices, the cruise line stated.

Port Canaveral’s oldest cruise partner, Carnival bases the Carnival Liberty, Carnival Elation and Carnival Breeze at the Port.

Carnival’s newest and most innovative cruise ship, the LNG-powered Mardi Gras, arrives at the Port’s new Cruise Terminal 3 in October 2020.

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