Schools to get low-calorie Coca-Cola sodas

Grand Junction High School sophomore Travis Kuechler takes a sip of a Mountain Dew as he talks with friends in the commons area of the school. Soon Pepsi will no longer be filling the pop machines behind him; Coke will soon become the distributor.



SCHOOL POP MACHINE 2

Grand Junction High School sophomore Travis Kuechler takes a sip of a Mountain Dew as he talks with friends in the commons area of the school. Soon Pepsi will no longer be filling the pop machines behind him; Coke will soon become the distributor.

It’s the swan song for soda at District 51 schools. Well, full-calorie soda, at least. A 10-year contract that kept Pepsi machines in schools across the district stocked with the…




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