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This is a question I get asked a lot.
I can see where the confusion comes from. Both Diet Coke and
That’s because both variants are made using the same sweeteners (aspartame and acesulfame-K), which means they can both be sugar- and calorie-free, without compromising on taste.
However, when it comes to taste, that’s where the two differ slightly. Coca-Cola Zero Sugar looks and tastes more like
We have a saying that there’s a
Now for a little bit of history...
Diet Coke has been around since the 80s. It was our first sugar free cola and arrived in Great Britain in 1983, where it quickly became one of our most popular drinks with an extremely loyal fan base.
Since then, the signature silver and red packaging has become almost as iconic as
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar is newer to the game but it’s already making a name for itself as a sugar free alternative to
Anna Wheeler is a Health and Nutrition Manager at
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