Energy drinks contain up to 17 spoons of sugar and twice as much caffeine as an espresso

A survey carried out by Safefood found that, overall, energy drinks manufacturers have reduced the sugar content in their products in response to the introduction of the Sugar Sweetened Drinks Tax in 2018.

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