The drinks are boosted with seven B vitamins and 70mg of natural caffeine.
UK beverage company Radnor Hills has unveiled a new line of natural energy drinks with zero sugar and five calories per bottle
Radnor Plus Energy is a lightly sparkling water drink, which will be sold in two flavours: cranberry and raspberry, and lemon and lime.
Each 500ml bottle is boosted with seven B vitamins and 70mg of natural caffeine – around the same kick as a cup of coffee.
The spring water used to create the drinks is sourced from the company’s family farm in Powys, Wales. The beverages are targeted at convenience stores, travel forecourts, supermarkets, gyms and leisure centres.
William Watkins, owner and managing director of Radnor Hills, said: “We have created the ultimate range of great-tasting energy waters that contain natural caffeine. Each 500ml bottle is designed to give you a convenient energy boost without having a dreaded sugar crash.”
The company will launch the drinks at the International Food & Drink Event in London next week and the National Convenience Show in April.
Radnor Hills was founded in Powys in 1990 and now turns over £42 million. The company produces 1 million bottles of soft drinks a day.
Last year, the business moved the majority of its PET plastic bottles to 51% recycled plastic.
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