Description

Red Bull Gives You Wings

Inspired by drinks from the Far East, Dietrich Mateschitz founded Red Bull in the mid-1980s. He developed a new product and a unique marketing concept and launched Red Bull Energy Drink on April 1, 1987 in Austria. A brand new product category - Energy Drinks - was born.

With 24 cans per box, the Red Bull Energy Drink pack is an excellent choice for c-stores and concessions. It also provides you with a fast and simple way to restock vending machines, the office pantry, or stock up your own pantry. And once you remove the plastic wrap, it becomes easy for anyone to grab their own and enjoy Peach Red Bull Energy Drink. Red Bull vitalizes body and mind. The 8.4 fluid ounce can is the perfect size to take with you on the go. This Red Bull Drink is easy to tuck in a bag and take on the road. If you're on your way to the gym or the office, a small can of Red Bull can help keep you hydrated while simultaneously giving you the fuel and power that you need to complete your most important tasks. If you're trying to be productive, a can of Red Bull can be extremely useful. In 1987, an Austrian entrepreneur named Dietrich Mateschitz was inspired to create a new energy drink. So, after collaborating with a business partner, he founded Red Bull GmbH in Thailand and introduced the Red Bull Energy Drink to the public. Since then, Red Bull has become enormously popular.

When To Drink

Red Bull Energy Drink is appreciated worldwide by top athletes, busy professionals, college students and travelers on long journeys.

What's Inside The Can?

Caffeine: Caffeine was widely used by ancient civilizations. It was traditionally consumed from natural sources like tea, coffee, cacao beans and cola nuts and appreciated for its stimulating effects on the human body.
B-group vitamins: Vitamins are essential micronutrients that are required for maintaining normal body functions.
Sugars: Red Bull Energy Drink is made with real sugars.
Taurine: Taurine is an amino acid, naturally occurring in the human body and present in the daily diet. It is involved in a wide range of biological processes.

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