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Kill Cliff launches new energy drink flavour in Rexam cans

Kill Cliff sports recovery drink has extended its line to include a third delicious flavour, Lemon-Lime, which will be available in Rexam 12oz Sleek cans. Kill Cliff’s sports recovery drink is gluten-free and includes essential vitamins, enzymes, plant extracts and electrolytes. It is designed to replenish micronutrients and support the body’s inflammation system to aid […]

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Ex-Navy Seal releases recovery drink

Billed as an alternative to energy drinks the Kill Cliff recovery beverage has been developed by a former Navy Seal. Originally developed as the Tasty with an orange flavour, following a 4 July online launch there is now Double Awesomeness red flavour available. Both flavours have only 15 calories, 25mg’s of caffeine, no sugar, are […]

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Energy drink debuts in aluminium bottles

Energy drink Vuka will be sold in Ball Corporation’s Alumi-Tek bottle from this month. Vuka means wake up in Zulu and was chosen as an appropriate name for a company as it was set up by native South Africans, who wanted bring a more “sophisticated” look to the energy drinks market South African born Alexia […]

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New energy drink

Fuga a brand new energy drink has been launched in Rexam 12oz sleek cans. Fuga is made from the natural energy resource Yerba Mate which the maker claims offers the strength of coffee, the health benefits of tea and the euphoria of chocolate. “Fuga is a Latin and Spanish term meaning to ‘take flight’ which […]

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Coke cans the most dropped

Cans of Coca Cola are the most dropped by litterbugs according to a new survey by the Keep Britain Tidy campaign. For the first time the campaign invited volunteers to join surveying staff and more than 500 people signed up to count over 37,000 pieces of litter dropped around the UK. The survey, which was […]

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