The food safety regulator will review the intake of caffeine and other ingredients in these drinks after conducting a detailed study

In an overdrive since Maggi noodles tested positive for high levels of lead, the FSSAI today said Restless energy drink available in markets is unsafe and will be recalled.

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has ordered a ban on the sale and manufacture of several energy drinks in the country , including Monster Energy and Monster Energy Absolute

Middle-school children who consume heavily sweetened energy drinks are 66 per cent more likely to be at risk for hyperactivity and inattention symptoms, reveals a new study.

High-caffeine energy drinks are being widely consumed by children and young people and could be storing up “a significant public health problem“ for the future, experts from the WHO have warned.

Energy" drinks which are so popular during physical exercise and even otherwise among children and younger adults can cause heart problems, a research shows.

BHOPAL: Students swear by it and some even claim it helps them stay awake when they need it most. Going by sales of caffeinated and energy drinks during exams, there's no stopping these students.

These regulations may be called the Food Safety and Standards (Food Products Standards and Food Additives) Second Amendment Regulations, 2013. They shall come into force on the date of their final publication in the Official Gazette.

Pune:The country’s food safety and standards regulator has allowed use of higher levels of caffeine in energy drinks. The set standard of 145 parts per million (ppm) of caffeine has been relaxed up to 320 ppm for energy drinks, said Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) officials on Thursday.

The regulator, however, has stipulated that manufacturers infusing energy drinks with higher amounts of caffeine will have to print warnings such as-—‘caffeinated beverage’, ‘use not more than two cans a day’, ‘ingredients of this product consumed through other sources may also be kept in view’, ‘not recommended for children, pregnant and lactating women’, ‘not for persons sensitive to caffeine,’ and ‘caffeine consumed through this and other sources not to exceed 160 mg per day’—prominently on the label of the energy drink products.

Washington: A high-caffeine energy drink which has propelled an Indian-American businessman to the billionaires club — and arguably to the top of the list of wealthiest NRIs in America — is under s