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Energy drinks checker

Our research shows that one 500ml energy drink can contain up to 14 level teaspoons of sugar or the equivalent of 3 cups of espresso. Use our checker to find out the sugar and caffeine content in popular energy drinks. 

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Energy drinks have become popular with teens, but consuming too much caffeine and sugar brings many unwanted side effects.

The facts about your energy drink

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  • Children under the age of 16 years of age

  • Rehydration after sport or exercise

  • As a mixer with alcohol

  • Pregnant and breast-feeding women

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