What is the difference between Coca-Cola light and Coca-Cola Zero?!

Question: What is the difference between Coca-Cola light and Coca-Cola Zero?
I mean other than the name of course.... both are sugar free Coke, right?


Coca-Cola Light/Diet is a different formula (ingredients than Coke) with zero calories...
Coca-Cola Zero is suppose to taste like Coke (with almost the same ingredients as Coke - I think only 1 ingredient difference, not sure) but with zero calories; even though it still tastes a little different from Coke, but better and less watery then Diet/Lite

So in Coke tastes only - priority order #1 being best tasting it would be IMO:
1. Coke
2. Coke Zero
3. Coke Lite/Diet
4. C2<-- lol, sorry, couldn't resist


My taste buds

Coke Zero is .5 calories per 100ml as opposed to Diet which is 1 calorie. They taste different because Zero is sweetened with aspartame and acesulfame potassium. Diet is just aspartame. One big thing is Diet Coke and regular coke are 2 completely different formulas- Zero formula comes directly from regular coke. Zero is also tailored toward young men reluctant to buy Diet sodas cause they associate it with women

Coca Cola zero is much more discusting but the calories must be just the same , ther is only a difference in the name .


You realize that these are actually worse then normal Coca Cola. They replace the sugar with a bunch of manufacturered chemicals that are way worse.

They are just two marketing terms.

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