3d energy drinks have become the go-to drink for people seeking energy for a variety of health and fitness reasons, with more than 1,000 brands now on the market, including acacia, energy drink maker Acacia, and PowerBar.
While many energy drinks come in the form of liquids, the majority are filled with the solidified juice or gel of an energy drink and have a smooth, frothy, sugary taste.
In a bid to offer a more sustainable energy drink option, the Australian Beverage Association (ABCA) has created a new category, “Energy Energy Bars”, to promote the drinks and encourage consumers to explore the different energy drinks options available.
Energy bars are available in a variety types of flavours, including: water, coffee, tea, fruit juices, fruit snacks, yoghurt, smoothies, smoothie bars and fruit smoothies.
The ABCA says the new category is aimed at encouraging consumers to “explore the options available in our current market”, including acacias, PowerBar, Energy Bars, energy drinks from the Acacia group, and other energy drinks brands.ABCA CEO and managing director David Jones said consumers should also take a look at energy drinks that had been on the shelves for some time and “try them out”.
“Acacia has been offering an energy bar for over 30 years and the Acacias range is the best in the market,” Mr Jones said.
“Acacias energy drinks are available for the most part in a liquid form and they are designed to help people to feel better and keep them going for longer.”
Mr Jones said the ABCA was in discussions with other brands, including PowerBar and Acacia.
“As part of our ongoing commitment to promoting the health benefits of consuming a variety and quality products, the ABCAC is pleased to partner with other beverage manufacturers to bring you the best choices in the industry,” Mr James said.
Acacia’s PowerBar Energy Bar is a 3D energy drink with a smooth drink feel and a soft drink flavour.
It comes in a range of flavours including fruit smoothie, fruit smooth, smooth drinks, and fruit bars.
A similar drink, Acacia Energy Energy Smoothie, is available in liquid form.
Its energy drinks contain 100 per cent fruit juices.
Mr Jones says the ABCAA’s new category aims to promote consumers to consider alternatives to those energy drinks on the shelf.
“If you are looking for an energy product, we are proud to be the first and only industry organisation in Australia to offer you a range with more energy products,” Mr Hughes said.
Topics:energy-and-utilities,health,energy-management,alcohol,health-education,nutrition,energy,fitness,energying,healthcare-facilities,australiaFirst posted April 06, 2020 13:59:40Contact David HughesMore stories from New South Wales