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Terms “energy drink” and “sports drink” should not be used interchangeably, says trade body

Sports drinks manufacturers fear being caught up in regulatory spotlight shining on energy drinks

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European sports nutritionists have called for a clear distinction to be made between sports drinks and energy drinks. The call comes as energy drinks face the prospect of being restricted in the face of health concerns associated with their consumption by children.

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