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  • Energy drinks prove popular in Australia
  • Energy drinks prove popular in Australia
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Energy drinks prove popular in Australia

Functional beverages offer more than hydration, from mental alertness to extra nutrients. Between energy drinks, sports drinks and health drinks, Australians are buying into the trend - and the industry's revenue is expected to grow by over 11% between 2014 and 2019.

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