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first introduced in Germany in 1940.
In 1995, the orange dot and leaf was changed into orange and green leaves.
In 1997, modified its logo and the font was changed. In 2001, the white background on the cans and bottles was changed to the colour background that matches each flavour.
In 2004, the logo was jazzed up.
In mid 2008, Coca-Cola unveiled this Fanta logo in the Europe. As of 2009, this logo was used internationally.
2016–present (Italy, Romania, Serbia, Poland, Malta)
| 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 (Decaffeinated) | Diet Coke (Cherry, Decaffeinated) (Coca-Cola Light)
Ades (Indonesia) | Ambasa (Japan, South Korea) | Ameyal (Mexico) | Apollinaris | Aquarius | Barq's (Cream Soda) | Beat | Burn | Chinotto | Ciel | Dasani (Drops) | Fanta | Fresca | Frestea | Fruitopia | FUZE | GEORGIA | Heaven and Earth | Hi-C | Inca Kola | Lift | Lilt | Mello Yello | Minute Maid | Nestea | OK Soda | Pibb Xtra | Powerade | Qoo | Royal Tru Orange | Schweppes | Seagram | Sprite | Sprite Zero | Surge | Tab | Tum-E Yummies | Vitamin Water