Coke Zero vs. Diet Coke
Definition of Coke Zero
Coke Zero is a product of a famous beverage brand Coca Cola. Being sold with diverse labeling and varieties, the version was basically introduced by the company to cope up the needs to provide alternatives to the drink to those consumers who do not need calories and want zero sugar in their drinks. Almost all the countries across the world have been marketing the product with a slight difference in name and labeling. Its logo is usually featured with the scrip Coca-Cola in red having white trimming on the dark background. This extremely low-calorie version is also known as Coca-Cola Cherry in the US.
Definition of Coke Diet
Also known as coca-cola Light in some countries, Coke Diet aimed to be a sugar-free soft drink. It was sweetened with aspartame with the blend saccharin. The product was marketed for those consumers who need low sugar in their drink. It was also aimed to be a drink for diabetes patients who have reservations with calorie intake. It has a minimum quantity of calorie. The version has a number of other names and varieties known as Diet Coke Black Cherry Vanilla, Coca-Cola Light Sango, Diet Coke with Citrus Zest, Diet Coke Plus, etc.