Bottle of Sprite Zero
|Manufacturer||The Coca-Cola Company|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Related products||7up, Sprite|
Sprite Zero originally began production as Sugar Free Sprite in 1974, and was renamed to Diet Sprite in 1983. In other countries, it was known as Sprite Light. The brand Sprite Zero was first used in Greece in 2002. Beginning in 2002, the name was changed almost worldwide to the current form, matching The Coca-Cola Company's launch of Fanta Zero and Coca-Cola Zero.
The following ingredients are listed here: carbonated water, citric acid, natural flavors, potassium citrate, and potassium benzoate, aspartame, and acesulfame potassium. (Aspartame contains phenylalanine.)
Comparing Sprite Zero to other popular lemon-lime sodas.
|Sprite||140||0g||38mg||38g||38g||0 mg||0 mg|
|Sprite Zero||0||0g||35 mg||0g||0g||75 mg/355ml||50 mg/355ml|
|7up||140||0g||40 mg||39g||38g||0 mg||0 mg|
|Diet 7up||0||0g||65 mg||0g||0g||124mg / 355mL||32mg / 355mL|
|Sierra Mist||140||0g||35 mg||37g||37g||0 mg||0 mg|
|Diet Sierra Mist||0||0g||35 mg||0g||0g||102mg / 355mL||32mg / 355mL|
- Diet Drinks Get Aliases New York Times. 20 December 2004. Retrieved 5 February 2015.