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Patio Diet Cola
Diet Pepsi was introduced as Patio Diet Cola in 1963.
In 1964, Patio Diet Cola was renamed to Diet Pepsi.
Starting in July 1977, Diet Pepsi used this logo with a font which is very similar to the one used in the 2008 Pepsi logo, with slight alteration to the e. From 1977-83, the diet pepsi text and the lowermost stripe was a light powder blue.
In 1986, Diet Pepsi began using a segmented Pepsi logo, using a style similar to the AT&T logo at the time, and using the Handel Gothic typeface, which would hold until 2003.
This logo was in use for Diet Pepsi's classic sweetener blend from 2016 to 2017. (Only the Diet Pepsi text was used.)
Compared to all the Diet Pepsi logos, this logo was the shortest-lived, which was in stores for just over two years.
When Pepsi started to rebrand, they used a different version of the logo to fit with the mood and flavor of the drink. For Diet Pepsi, it has a slight grin.
The grinning globe was later replaced with the regular smiling globe, although the grinning globe is still used on some machines.
Diet Pepsi Classic Sweetener Blend
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