Coca-Cola Releasing Energy Drinks

The Coca-Cola Corporation is continuing its dominance over North American markets with the announced on their upcoming energy drink. This marks the first time that this blue-chip stock corporation is entering this sub-market in Canada and the United States. It’s expected that their sales will jump by considerable portions in the coming months, with their stock prices in respective to how well the energy drink will do in North American markets. This beverage first became popular in Japan throughout the 1980s, which saw the crave become international. Since then, the beverage has changed drastically, with many wondering how the Coca-Cola Corporation will alter the energy drink crave. Analysts anticipate that Red Bull will take a significant dive in profits, as Coca-Cola currently operates Monster Energy.

It should be noted that an energy drink is usually a carbonated beverage that’s mixed with a heavy dosage of caffeine, then vitamins are added to provide a somewhat healthy component. Overall, it’s a more powerful version of standard pops that have been maintained since the early 1900s. Overall, these drinks allow you to accomplish more in the day but have their adverse side effects down the line.

Unknown Release Date

The Coca-Cola Corporation hasn’t provided any insight as to when they’ll release their energy drinks in the United States of America and Canada. However, in October, they enabled consumers to pre-taste the energy drinks before the sales launch. It’s now known that there are regular flavours, which are similar to standard coke and then cherry flavouring models as well. Both versions maintain zero-calories and have already been tested in 25 international markets.

It’s not shocking that numerous consumers in the United States and Canada haven’t heard of Coca-Cola’s energy drink previously. Internal research with the corporation indicates that consumers aren’t willing to partake in drinks from unfamiliar brands, sticking with the standardized Monster Energy and Red Bull brands. However, after numerous years of waiting for the market to change, Coca-Cola plans to educate the public of its product through an extensive advertising campaign. Depending on how well North American Consumers adopt the product, Red Bull could find themselves with limited market share.

It should be noted that one 12-Ounce bottle of Coca-Cola’s energy drink maintains 114 milligrams of caffeine. This is the equivalent of having twelve cups of coffee in one sitting, which is considered unhealthy for any individual. Doctors have already begun requesting that patients avoiding consuming this over-caffeinated beverage.