A tentative agreement has been reached between Coca-Cola and its unionized workers at the soft drink company's Brampton plant.

"While the strike was not something that anyone wanted, we are pleased that over the past three weeks, the Brampton facility remained open and we were able to serve the primary needs of our customers," the manufacturer said in a release.

The company says the terms of the agreement are "fair and equitable," for the employees, the union and the company.

Canadian Auto Workers Local 973 membership has yet to vote on the agreement.

The Brampton Coca-Cola facility employs over 700 workers and about 40 of them reside in Waterloo Region.