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How Coca-Cola got Americans to drink diet soda again


How Coca-Cola got Americans to drink diet soda again
Washington Post

After a summer makeover, sales of Coke Zero â now called Coke Zero Sugar â are on the rise again. Coca-Cola revamped the popular diet soda in August with sleeker packaging, a new name and an âimprovedâ recipe. And although the ingredient list, which inclu

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