1986-1991EditThe 1986 label marked the return of the traditional Pepsi globe. This marks the first time the Pepsi name is moved to another area instead of inside the globe. The "ONE CALORIE" caption is shifted upward, and the Diet Pepsi name is in Handel Gothic Bold.
1993-1997EditEverything except the Pepsi globe is rotated, making the lines go diagonal. This was the first product to add "freshness dating" on the package; a caption saying "For Best Taste, Drink By Date On Bottom Of Can"
1997-2002EditIn 1997, the word "diet" is written in red script, the globe is in CGI and the Pepsi name has a drop shadow.
Late in the year, the globe is bigger and all typography is bolder.
In 1999, the slogan, "So light, so crisp, so refreshing" is added.
Starting with this label, the background is teal, the "Diet" script was facelifted and the Pepsi name is tilted. On the edge of the Pepsi globe is a slogan that read, "Light, Crisp, Refreshing"
In 2003, when the logo and label for regular Pepsi got redesigned, the Pepsi name on this label was given a square E.
As time went on, the "Diet" part got smaller in size.
The background was still teal; a silver oval now accompanies the Diet Pepsi logo, whose typography consists of the "diet" part in lowercase print, and the 2003 Pepsi name. On most occasions, the Pepsi globe is shifted down.
As part of redesigning all labels in 2009, the globe was redesigned to look like a grinning face.
In 2010, the "smile" globe replaced the "grin" globe.
In 2014, everything was shifted; the Pepsi globe and the Diet Pepsi name appearing vertically.
When aspartame was taken away from Diet Pepsi in 2015, the slogan, "Now Aspartame Free" was added to the edge on the globe.
In 2016, an individual Diet Pepsi with aspartame, called the Classic Sweetener Blend, was released. Its label is the same as the current silver label, except it's a teal background, the typography from 2002 is used, and the caption on the Pepsi Globe reads, "Classic Sweetener Blend."
This is considered to be the eighth Diet Pepsi label to be redesigned once, then given minor changes.