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What is Yakima’s Favorite Soda? [SURVEY]

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Coca Cola has been serving Yakima for over 100 years now. At one time, more Pepsi was consumed per capita in Yakima County than any other place in the United States. Is it one of those two, or another that is Yakima’s favorite soda?

Coke or Pepsi? 7-Up or Sprite? Dad’s Or A & W? What is Yakima’s favorite soda? Or, do we call it pop? No matter, our area consumes a lot of soft drinks. I’m a cola guy, and kind of view Coke and Pepsi as interchangeable, but know a lot of people who prefer one over the other. As a kid, I really liked R.C. the best, but it is a little harder to find.

Take our survey and tell us which you think is Yakima’s favorite soda.



Visit Pepsi’s website here.


Visit Coke’s website here.

Here’s R.C. Cola’s website.

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