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1993–1996 1996–1998 1998–2001 2001-2003
1993–1996 1996–1998 1998–2001 2001-2003
 
2003–2008 2008–2010 2010–2014 2014–present
2003–2008 2008–2010 2010–2014 2014–present

Pepsi Max is a sugar-free, low-calorie variation of the soft-drink Pepsi. The beverage is primarily sold in Asia and Europe. A similar variant, originally with the same name but now sold under the name Pepsi Zero Sugar, is marketed in North America.

1993–1996

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The swirling globe was introduced without a blue background (notice that the can is used) in this first logo.

1996–1998

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Due to Pepsi receiving a new logo, all of Pepsi's four-drinks were rebranded in April 1996. The "Project Blue" was first used until August 28, 1998.

1998–2000

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On August 28, 1998, all of Pepsi's four drink brands were rebranded. The black background was first used as a "Maximum Taste" over 2000.

For some bizarre reason, this logo remained on "The Big One" coaster until it lost it's sponsorship in 2012.

2000–2002

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In honor of case PepsiCo, in 2000, Pepsi Max introduced a new stacked logo.

2002–2008

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In November 2002, all of Pepsi's five brands were rebranded.

2008–2010

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When Pepsi started to rebrand, they used a different version of the logo to fit with the mood and flavor of the drink. For Pepsi Max, it has a large smile. The blue portion and text are also black.

2010–2014

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The laughing globe was replaced by the regular "smiling" globe.

2014–present

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Due to Pepsi receiving a new logo on June 2, 2014, Pepsi Max received a new logo.


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