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What is ORGANICS by Red Bull?

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What flavor variants make up the ORGANICS by Red Bull range?

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Are the new ORGANICS by Red Bull products energy drinks?

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Why is Red Bull launching an organic range of refreshing soft drinks?

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What does organic mean and what organic certification does the ORGANICS by Red Bull range have?

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Why are the ORGANICS by Red Bull products served in cans?

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Did Red Bull create this new range of organic products itself?

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When should I consume ORGANICS by Red Bull products?

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Will Red Bull launch sugar-free/sugar-reduced/low-calorie versions of ORGANICS by Red Bull?

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Do any of the ORGANICS by Red Bull products contain phosphoric acid?

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Do any of the ORGANICS by Red Bull products contain taurine?

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Are the ORGANICS by Red Bull products suitable for vegetarians?

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Are the ORGANICS by Red Bull products gluten-free/wheat-free/dairy-free?

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What is the shelf life of the ORGANICS by Red Bull products?

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How many cans of ORGANICS by Red Bull products can I drink per day?

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Who should not drink ORGANICS by Red Bull products? At what age is it appropriate to start drinking ORGANICS by Red Bull products?

Can you drink too much of Red Bull Energy Drink?

One 8.4 fl oz can of Red Bull Energy Drink contains 80 mg of caffeine, about the same amount as in a cup of home brewed coffee. The consumption of Red Bull Energy Drink should conform to a person’s intake of caffeine.

Many authorities around the world have looked at the effects of caffeine. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded in its scientific opinion on the safety of caffeine (2015) that caffeine intake of up to 400 mg per day (five 8.4 fl oz cans or five cups of coffee) does not raise safety concerns for the general healthy adult population. This is in line with similar findings from the US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) and Health Canada. However, pregnant and breast-feeding women should limit their caffeine intake to 200 mg.

All ingredients, including the caffeine content, are labelled on the can.

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