Here's how these 8 soft drink brands have changed since we were kids

Pepsi might have always had an identity crisis.

There's always been a debate about what soft drinks are actually called (i.e. soda, pop or just Coke), but there's no debate that they're refreshing and delicious. 

 With each brand constantly changing its look, what did our favorite soft drinks look like when we were growing up?

Some brands have remained the same, and others have changed drastically. Do you remember the looks of these cans?

1. Coca-Cola

2. Diet Coke

3. Pepsi

4. Sprite

5. Dr. Pepper

6. Fanta

7. Mountain Dew

8. 7up

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EliteData 35 months ago
who remembers when Sprite had Sodium added ?
i think it actually tasted better.
Sodium disappeared from the ingredient list sometime in the mid 90's.
DavidManzi 39 months ago
There's some pretty cool retro labels here. Favorites for me are 60's Sprite, which has a really classic 60's vibe, 70's Fanta with its "cool" 70's style, and 60's Mountain Dew, which almost has a 50's cowboy kids show feel. Great to see 'em all!
RedSamRackham 51 months ago
We also remember when Diet Coke was called Tab! ☺
Kiyone57 RedSamRackham 39 months ago
Tab and Diet Coke were separate drinks that co-existed for some time. The difference was that Tab still used saccharine. Tab was only recently (within the last year or so) completely discontinued.
eurogenes RedSamRackham 39 months ago
Diet Coke was never called Tab. Tab was a completely different drink.
Dario Kiyone57 39 months ago
Don't mind him, Kiyone57. He's a dummy. 😒
Dario eurogenes 39 months ago
Exactly. RedSamRackham is a dummy; his posts confirm that. 😒
jconrad Kiyone57 39 months ago
Gonna pick up a 12er of TAB on my way home from work on Friday, 4-2-2021. Apparently it's regional.
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