“Diet Coke Ginger Lime,” says the red-headed guy on the low-rent couch, taking a swig on his beverage of choice as he stares into a camera that feels not unlike the one in your cracked smartphone. “Because I support all things ginger.” “What, what?” the man asks, addressing an unseen skeptic perchance...
“I wouldn’t be surprised if he had one of those grabbers so he can reach his Diet Coke without getting off the couch."
We all have our vices, right? Being from the Midwest, I grew up on pop (or soda, as the rest of the country calls it). For a long time, I was a regular, classic Coca-Cola girl. I just couldn't get into the taste of Diet Coke even though I knew I was consuming a lot of sugar. Show More Summary
Here is an ice cube you do not want to put in your Diet Coke. A solid lattice of oxygen atoms with protons whizzing around inside of it. This ice is not normal on Earth, but might be elsewhere. And scientists have created it in a lab. More »
Unlike last year, the 2018 crop of Super Bowl commercials was strong. We’ll find out in the hours and days to come what was truly memorable and generates conversations among friends, co-workers and family. But the Tide campaign could...Show More Summary
Gillian Jacobs is reminding us to do whatever makes us happy in this 2018 Super Bowl commercial. The 35-year-old Community actress joined forces with the soft drink brand Diet Coke for the inspirational clip. In it, she grabs a Diet Coke before telling viewers, “Life is short. … If you’re in the mood for a [...]
Diet Coke premiers its ad for Super Bowl LII.
What happens when you crack open a can of one of Diet Coke's new millennial-friendly flavors, ranging from Zesty Blood Orange to Twisted Mango? Semi-awkward, spontaneous dancing can occur, according to the brand's 30-second Super Bowl LII ad from Anomaly. Up-and-coming actress Hayley Magnus (of The Dressmaker and Mojave) stars in the spot, "Groove." Magnus...
Paddy Spence cut all sugar from his diet in 2000. Now he's CEO of zero-sugar soda brand Zevia with ambitions of competing in the Coke and Pepsi cola wars.
Also known as a very good time for a Diet Coke break.
The beverage company hopes to entice young people and former soda drinkers with four new fruity versions of Diet Coke. The decline in sales reflects a shift toward bottled water and flavored seltzer.
Coca-Cola Is Giving Diet Coke a Makeover (Whether You Like It or Not) With this 2018 Diet Coke makeover, the cans themselves are getting an "upgrade" and you're getting four new flavors you never knew you wanted Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
It seems like a natural fit: ordering a burger and fries or salad with grilled chicken at your favorite restaurant requires a beverage treat — why not order a tall glass of diet coke to wash it all down? Unless you're purchasing a can or bottle of soda, there's a really good reason why it's a really bad idea to order diet coke at restaurants. Show More Summary
Hoping to earn a second opinion on Trump's reported healthiness, the late-night host jokingly showed the popular cartoon traveling inside the president's body, where they find a surplus of Cheetos and Diet Coke. read more
Feisty Cherry. Zesty Blood Orange. Twisted Mango. Ginger Lime. No, those aren't contestants on RuPaul's Drag Race or characters from a Cartoon Network kids show. They're new flavors of Diet Coke! It's all part of Coca-Cola's next gamble, to endear...
The problem with the soda is right there in the name: It’s neither healthy-seeming enough to thrive as a diet drink nor tasty enough to thrive as a cola.
There are two things that seem to accompany President Donald Trump in the Oval Office more than any other these days: Diet Coke and racism.
It appears soda-makers are getting increasingly desperate to hook young people on their product. On Wednesday, Coca-Cola announced four new flavors of Diet Coke—Twisted Mango, Feisty Cherry, Ginger Lime, and Zesty Blood Orange—expressly targeting Millennials, CNN reports. "Millennials are now thirstier than ever for adventures and new experiences,...
Diet Coke se renueva para tratar de revitalizar las decaídas ventas de refrescos sin azúcar. Coca-Cola Co. afirmó este miércoles que tendrá nuevas latas de Diet Coke de 12 onzas, más altas y delgadas, actualizará el logo y ofrecerá la bebida -de 35 años de antigüedad en el mercado- en cuatro nuevos...