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Pepsi Spire is a touch screen soda fountain introduced by PepsiCo. The Spire's main competitor is the Coca-Cola Freestyle. Currently, Spire is available to retailers in two models, 2.0 and 5.0. It was designed by the Japanese machinery company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.


The Spire has up to eight flavor options, depending on retailer selection: Cherry, Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon, Raspberry, Lime, Grape and Peach.

A pair of Pepsi Spire machines installed on the Microsoft Redmond campus.

Pepsi also markets their major brands for the machine, including:

Crush, Gatorade, Dole Kiwi Cocktail, all Dr Pepper brands, and Schweppes are not available at Pepsi Spire soda fountains in the United States.


A Pepsi Spire machine at a Subway at Kingsway Mall in Edmonton in 2016.

Countries that have Pepsi Spire soda fountains include the United States, Canada, Switzerland, Ireland and Iran. There are 3148 locations in the United States, 430 in Canada, 1 in Switzerland, and 1 in Iran. It is served in many Subway locations in various countries (in the United States, most that are under contract with Coca-Cola do not use this). It is also at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, Muhlenberg College, University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh, Northern Arizona University, DePaul University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Hersheypark.[citation needed]

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