Our energy drinks contain 30mg of caffeine per 100ml.
We advise that all energy drinks are consumed in moderation.
The maximum daily consumption of caffeine for adults is 400mg (other than pregnant women or people sensitive to caffeine).
Yes it is, so it's suitable for those with gluten intolerance.
Yes it is.
No, Boost drinks don't contain any traces of nuts or nut derivatives.
Boost is not organic at this time.
By UK legal definition, none of our products contain alcohol. However, some of the flavours we use contain ethanol as a carrier for the non-water soluble traces.
The following products contain ethanol within the flavour solvent, which could contain minor traces of alcohol:
Taurine is a chemical that is naturally present in the human body. It is an amino acid that supports neurological development and helps regulate the level of water and mineral salts in the blood. Taurine is also thought to have antioxidant properties.
Taurine combined with caffeine improves mental performance.
The taurine in Boost Energy is chemically synthesised and not derived from animal extracts.
Sugar free Boost contains aspartame.
Aspartame is an artificial, non-saccharide sweetener used as a sugar substitute in various foods and beverages.
Boost Sugar Free and Sugar Free Pink Lemonade contain a source of phenylalanine, a naturally occurring amino acid that people with Phenylketonuria should avoid. Sugar Free Pink Lemonade, Exotic Fruits and Citrus Zing contain colours which may have an adverse effect on attention and activity in children. Boost does not recommend that these products are sold to children due to the caffeine level and the colours used.
Sugar Free & Sugar Free Pink Lemonade has five calories in the 250ml can and just under 10 in the 500ml bottle.
All our other energy products contain up to 47 calories per 100ml.
Boost Sport contains 28 calories per 100ml.
We recommend Boost is consumed as part of a balanced diet and active, healthy lifestyle.
No, at the moment there are no legal age restrictions. But we don't recommend that children under 16 drink Boost.
Somebody's weight and tolerance to caffeine will determine how much of a stimulation effect an energy drink will cause. This varies according to the individual and is not dependent on age.
We place clear warnings on all our energy drink products. We also communicate this warning and the importance of consuming energy drinks in moderation to all our retailers, as well as explaining caffeine tolerance and the factors that affect this.
Seek medical advice immediately.
This depends on someone's individual caffeine tolerance level, how often they consume caffeine and also their body weight. For example, a person who rarely consumes caffeine and has a low body weight will experience a stronger stimulation effect than someone who has a higher body weight and who is a frequent coffee drinker. If you feel unwell after consuming energy drinks, you should seek medical advice.
Energy drink products are only legally required to carry a high caffeine warning. We go further than this and clearly state that if our products are unsuitable for anyone sensitive to caffeine, including diabetics and children.
Yes it is. We make sure that everything we use in our products is suitable for vegetarians. The taurine in Boost Energy is chemically synthesised and not derived from animal extracts.
Our manufacturing plant is not a Halal-approved premises. However, we guarantee that all the ingredients in our products are free from meat and their derivatives.
All 250ml and 500ml Cans — fully recyclable
500ml Sport Bottles — fully recyclable
500ml and 1Litre Energy Bottles — please remove sleeve before recycling
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