2003–2007 (International), 2003–2011 (Asia), 2003–2015 (UK)
2007–2018 (USA), 2007–present (International), 2011–present (Asia)
New branding was introduced in 2015, under the "one brand" strategy. 
New branding was introduced in 2016 in Australia only, under the “one brand” strategy. 
On January 10, 2018, Diet Coke introduced a complete overhaul of their brand packaging, with the inclusion of four new flavors for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
The new branding also included a slightly modified version of the previous logo. Some noticeable changes include the "Diet" script being much smaller, "Diet" and "Coke" using a singular color instead of two tones, the "k" and "e" in "Coke" no longer connecting, and serifs removed from the "k".
| Coca-Cola (Coke: Europe | cans) | Caffeine Free Coca-Cola | Coca-Cola Cherry | Coca-Cola Life | Coca-Cola Vanilla | Coca-Cola Zero Koffeinfrei (Germany) | Coca-Cola Zero Sugar (Decaffeinated) | Coca-Cola No Sugar | Diet Coke (Cherry, Caffeine-Free) (Coca-Cola Light)
Ades (Indonesia | Latin America) | AdeZ | Ambasa (Japan, South Korea) | Ameyal (Mexico) | Apollinaris | Aquarius | Barq's (Cream Soda) | Beat | Brisa (Colombia) | Burn | Chinotto | Ciel | Dasani (Drops) | Dr Pepper | Fanta | Fresca | Frestea | Fruitopia | FUZE | Fuzetea | GEORGIA | Guaraná Kuat (Brazil) | Heaven and Earth | Hi-C | Inca Kola | Kapo | Lift | Lilt | Mello Yello | Minute Maid | Nestea | OK Soda | Pibb Xtra | Pop Cola (Philippines) | Powerade | Qoo | Quatro (Chile) | Royal Tru Orange (Philippines) | San Luis (Perú) | Sarsi (Light) (Philippines) | Schweppes | Seagram's | Sprite | Sprite Zero | Surge | Tab | Tum-E Yummies | Vitamin Water