Posted February 10, 2019 08:13:20The latest news on energy sources and energy is often not the most exciting news for consumers.
But energy companies are always looking for ways to bring some excitement to their offerings.
A new energy source is a great example.
Coca-Cola announced Tuesday it will start selling a new energy drink called Gravitational Energy Source, a brand of energy drinks that has been designed specifically for people who have lost the ability to sense gravity.
The drink is called GSP, and the energy drink will come in flavors ranging from vanilla, orange and lime.
It has a carbonation and flavor balance that is more similar to a soda than a drink, but it has no sugar and no artificial flavors.
The company said that the new energy drinks are also more expensive than a normal energy drink.
Coke’s chief executive officer said that for every $1 that consumers spend on energy drinks, they save $7.20.
The energy drink has a taste that is reminiscent of a high-end sparkling water and a carbonated consistency.
Coca-Cola says the new drink has been developed for people with limited sense of gravity.
Coca Cola says the energy drinks will be available in select stores beginning March 10.
“The new energy products have a unique taste and are a healthier alternative to other energy drinks,” said Joe Jonas, Coca-Cola’s chief brand officer.
“People who have suffered from the loss of feeling in their fingers or feet are now able to enjoy these beverages in their favorite flavor.
It is not just for the taste, it is for the health benefits.”
Coca Cola said it has sold nearly 1.7 billion energy drinks worldwide since it was founded in 1933.
Coke and PepsiCo said they have no plans to change their existing energy drinks anytime soon.
PepsiCo Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi said last month that she was open to new energy beverages.