How Much Caffeine in Diet Coke?
Diet Coke contains 46 mg of caffeine in a 12 fl oz serving. In comparison, a Coca-Cola Classic (Coke) and Diet Pepsi have 34 mg of caffeine in 12 fl oz. Additionally, a regular Pepsi has 38 mg of caffeine in 12 fl oz.
Diet Coke Caffeine
|Product||Serving Size||Caffeine (mg)||Caffeine(mg)/fl oz|
|Diet Coke||7.5 fl oz||28 mg||3.73 mg|
|Diet Coke||12 fl oz||46 mg||3.83 mg|
|Diet Coke||16 fl oz||61 mg||3.81 mg|
|Diet Coke||20 fl oz||76 mg||3.8 mg|
Carbonated water, caramel color, aspartame, phosphoric acid, potassium benzoate, natural flavors, citric acid, caffeine.
|Product||Serving Size||Calories||Total Fat (g)||Sodium (mg)||Carbs (g)||Sugars (g)||Protein (g)|
|Diet Coke||7.5 fl oz||0||0||25||0||0||0|
|Diet Coke||12 fl oz||0||0||40||0||0||0|
|Diet Coke||16 fl oz||0||0||55||0||0||0|
|Diet Coke||20 fl oz||0||0||70||0||0||0|
Diet Coke was released in 1982, which was well after the release of Diet Pepsi in 1964. Prior to the existence of Diet Coke, The Coca-Cola Company marketed Tab as their signature diet cola. Tab was introduced in May 1963. Once Diet Coke was released, it quickly overtook Tab in sales. By the beginning of 1984, Diet Coke only trailed Coke, Pepsi, and 7 Up in popularity.
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