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McDonald's China Plans To Still Offer Coca-Cola

McDonald's has ended the history of only supplying Coca-Cola by selling Pepsi in some of its restaurants in the United States.

However, McDonald's China says that it hasn't received any notice from the head office in America, and therefore McDonald's in China will still plan to offer Coca-Cola. The Pepsi drink brands sold in McDonald's in the United States include Mountain Dew, Gatorade, and Lipton.

A representative from McDonald's China says that it has been a long tradition for McDonald's to sell Coca-Cola and for KFC to sell Pepsi, but after 52 years, McDonald's suddenly introduced Pepsi, which astonished even the staff at McDonald's.

If McDonald's cooperates with Pepsi in the long term, the revenue for Coke will surely be affected.

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