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What is different between Diet Coke and Coke Zero?

What's the difference between Diet Coke and Coke Zero? Are they the same?


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Diet Coke and Coke Zero have become very popular especially among people who don’t want to get those extra calories from drinking Coke but still enjoy its goodness. These two drinks are composed of artificial sweeteners, aspartame, carbonated water, acesulphame potassium, and caffeine. Contrary to many popular beliefs, Diet Coke and Coke Zero are different but still under the Coca-Cola company.

DIET COKE
Diet Coke first became available on the year 1982 and become widely popular and the favorite of all American drinks. Sometimes called Coca-Cola light, Diet Coke has invaded the market being the top favorite of Americans as well as the top 3 favorite in the world. Diet Coke is popular since it provides different flavors such as Cola Lemon, Black Cherry, Cola Vanilla, Cola Orange, and many more. Diet Coke has 1 calorie, very low compared to regular Coke.

COKE ZERO
Coke Zero is often mistaken as the latest name for Diet Coke, however, this is a new drink from the company. This was first made available in the market to gather more men consumers since Diet Coke was largely associated with female consumers. Coke Zero is a sweet cola drink with the only 0.5 kilocalories in every 100ml. Unlike Diet Coke, Coke Zero only offers one flavor which is the original Coca-Cola flavor.

Aside from their differences, Diet Coke and Coke Zero have similar components as what was mentioned above. The difference is only the quantity of each component being used. That is why these two Coca-Cola products have different caloric content. Their tastes also differ slightly from each other.

Coca-Cola Company has indeed dominated the carbonated drink market and has always been a consistent top seller of the products. These two low-calorie drinks became an additional asset and have attracted consumers of all ages.

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