Coca-Cola executives claimed they were working on an “even more tasty and refreshing recipe” that will hit shelves in the United States this month and nationwide in August.
Coca-Cola, the world’s largest carbonated soft drink company, stated on July 13 that they would be changing the flavor of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, often known as Coke Zero, eliciting a plethora of comments from fans. Officials from the firm announced that they were working on an “even more tasty and refreshing recipe” that will reach shelves this month in the United States and nationwide in August.
The new drink will have a more straightforward packaging design that is anchored by the classic Coca-Cola logo. Red cues will identify the Zero Sugar version with black Spencerian writing, and the package will have the phrase “Now More Delicious.” While many people rushed to Twitter to share their enthusiasm for sampling the “new and improved” soft drink, others were hesitant as soon as the news was made.
“I’m typing this while I drink #cokezero; if you alter the flavor, we’re going to have some issues,” one Twitter user said, while another stated, “I just heard that #cokezero is being reformulated.” My existence has lost its significance. @CocaCola”. This is not the first time the firm has changed the recipe for its soft drinks.
Coca-Cola introduced a sweeter version of the original glass in 1985, causing a public uproar. After a few months, the old formula reappeared, renamed “Coca-Cola Classic.”
“New Coke” was still available for a time, but it was renamed “Coke II” in 1992 and was phased out in 2002.