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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.
The swirling globe was introduced without a blue background (notice that the can is used) in this first logo.
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, 1998–2012 (Pepsi Max Big One)
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.
This logo remained on The Big One coaster until it lost it's sponsorship in 2012.
In honor of case PepsiCo, in 2000, Pepsi Max introduced a new stacked logo.
In November 2002, all of Pepsi's five brands were rebranded.
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.
The laughing globe was replaced by the regular "smiling" globe.
Due to Pepsi receiving a new logo on June 2, 2014, Pepsi Max received a new logo.
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