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Online petition gaining steam as energy drink makers come under scrutiny.
What you should know about some of the industry’s top brands, including Red Bull and 5-Hour Energy.
Vemma markets Verve as a healthy choice. But is it?
Groups file deceptive marketing complaint against Ghost.
TINA.org and the Rudd Center investigated marketing tactics used by the energy drink industry and urged more than 40 companies to review their marketing.
MADISON, CONN. December 12, 2022 – A new investigation by ad watchdog TINA.org and the UConn Rudd Center for Food Policy & Health has found that “lifestyle sports nutrition brand” Ghost…
Energy drink companies are targeting minors and those with cognitive needs.
Monster challenges competitor’s disease-treatment claims.
January 2015: A federal judge dismissed some of the false advertising claims in this lawsuit. Specifically, the judge dismissed the false advertising claims that were based on off-label representations, such…
A class-action lawsuit was filed against VPX Sports and its founder for allegedly falsely advertising Bang® energy drinks. Among other things, the complaint which was originally filed in September 2018…
Your browser does not support the video tag. Shocking news flash: the “energy” from energy drinks comes from caffeine, and not the other fluffy ingredients, such as the “B vitamins…
Drink manufacturer faces multiple state lawsuits.
First, e-liquids. Now, THC edibles. Will energy drinks be next?
TINA.org and the UConn Rudd Center found energy drink company using multifaceted deceptive marketing campaign directed at minors.
December 2016: A federal judge dismissed this action When a complaint is dismissed without prejudice, an amended version of the complaint can be refiled. finding, among other things, that plaintiffs…
In February 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Campbell Soup Company regarding the marketing for V8 Energy, V8 Energy – Sparkling, and V8 Energy – Diet. The complaint claims…
In July 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Sambazon, Inc. for allegedly falsely advertising that its Amazon Energy drinks contain “clean caffeine” when, according to plaintiffs, there is no…
Allegations: Drinks contain more caffeine than advertised