Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) announced today its entrance into the U.S.
energy drink market with the launch of effervescent energy drink dietary
supplement, a first-to-market, sugar-free, zero-calorie, effervescent
energy drink in a dissolvable tablet form.
is designed to give both body and
mind a lift.
(a) With two patents pending, each tablet contains a proprietary
blend of natural herbs, plus taurine, guarana, and caffeine for
energy.(a) The combination of Ginkgo biloba/Panax ginseng in
clinically shown to enhance mental performance, improve short-term
memory, promote fast and accurate thinking and reduce mental
"At Herbalife, we are focused on product innovation based on
science. The distinctive formula offers everyone from entrepreneurial 20-
and 30-year-olds to on-the-go moms a refreshing energy drink," said
Herbalife Chief Executive Officer Michael O. Johnson. "There is
nothing like this on store shelves in the United States."
is the official energy drink sponsor of the 2005 AVP Pro Beach
Volleyball Tour and can be sampled at all AVP tournaments around the
country. A tournament schedule can be found at
conveniently packaged in individual foil packets that can be taken
anywhere and easily dissolved in an 8 oz. glass of water. Each tablet
contains 100 percent of the Daily Recommended Value (DRV) of Vitamin
C, and over 100 percent of vitamins B6 and B12, all essential
nutrients for enhanced energy production.(a)
Two energizing, natural flavors are available - Ignite-Me
Orange and Lemon-Lime Blast.(a) Each carton contains ten
individually-wrapped effervescent tablets with a retail price of
$15.95. All Herbalife products are available through an Herbalife
independent distributor. More details on
(a) These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure
or prevent any disease.
(1) K.A. Wesnes, T. Ward, A. McGinty, "The memory enhancing effects
of a Ginkgo biloba/Panax ginseng combination in healthy middle-aged
volunteers," Psychopharmacology, October 2000.
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