Mr Smaele explained that his company’s new creation is free from taurine and caffeine and provides a range of vitamins and minerals. MI.AMI is the world’s first brand to adapt the Chinese jiaogulan plant for use in the energy drink market and the company is considering releasing a sport drink containing jiaogulan within the next year.
Based in Belgium, MI.AMI’s new creation is rich in antioxidants and features a lemon and pineapple flavour. According to the brand’s website, the new drink ‘keeps you looking young and fresh’ and offers canned ‘exclusive luxury’.
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