Coco Rico is a Puerto Rican soda brand from Coco Rico, Inc. It is made of coconut, and produced in both plastic (polyethylene terephthalate or PET) bottles and aluminum cans. Coco Rico comes in various flavors.
Throughout its history, the brand has used the color green prominently on its cans and bottles. The introduction of its Diet version, Diet Coco Rico, saw the green and white pattern on their cans reversed: the Diet version uses white more prominently, with green lettering.
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