Scotland's iconic soft drink is to be made available to thousands of competitors in the Athletes' Village along with a range of other drinks produced by makers AG Barr.
The Cumbernauld firm was today named by organisers as an "official supporter" of the Glasgow 2014 Games.
Games chief executive David Grevemberg said: "AG Barr is known around the world for being distinctly Scottish.
"The company has a strong track record of supporting sport at all levels from grass-roots to elite and we look forward to working with them."
Roger White, chief executive of AG Barr, said: "Glasgow 2014 is massively exciting, whether you're taking part, volunteering or watching. The Games will bring something extraordinary to a very special city, and we are delighted to play our part in that."
Meanwhile, a North Lanarkshire firm has won a prestigious £2million contract to deliver IT services at the Games.
NVT, which employs 90 people in Bellshill, says it will use the money to create 15 modern apprenticeships – including three for athletes.
Firms from north of the Border have so far won 312 of the 418 Games contracts awarded.