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

After the hue and cry over the presence of high lead content and monosodium glutamate (MSG) in Maggi, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has now directed the State government

Delhi’s Food Safety Department has started lifting samples of health food, baby food and energy drinks of various brands for test-analysis as directed by the Central government.

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.

Changing regulatory approaches to fortification in Canada have enabled the expansion of the novel beverage market, but the nutritional implications of these new products are poorly understood. This study assessed the micronutrient composition of energy drinks, vitamin waters, and novel juices sold in Canadian supermarkets, and critically examined their on-package marketing at 2 time points: 2010–2011, when they were regulated as Natural Health Products, and 2014, when they fell under food regulations.

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.

With the worldwide consumption of energy drinks increasing in recent years, concerns have been raised both in the scientific community and among the general public about the health effects of these products. Recent studies provide data on consumption patterns in Europe; however, more research is needed to determine the potential for adverse health effects related to the increasing consumption of energy drinks, particularly among young people.

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