The Most Popular Canned Energy Drinks Ranked By Caffeine Content

According to data from Circana, energy drinks are back in vogue with sales up by 14.6 percent in 2023 with total sales of $14.1 billion. There’s also a prediction from Custom Market Insights that there will be a compound annual growth rate of 8.3 percent through 2033. Despite the growth and popularity, the caffeine content of these beverages is a concern with Panera’s Charged Lemonade removed from the market as an example after facing two wrongful death lawsuits in 2023.

The USDA recommends a daily caffeine intake of 400 milligrams per day for adults and some of the most popular brands can contain from 140 to 300 milligrams per can. Below is a list of some of the most well-known brands and their caffeine content to help you decide what’s best for you.

ENERGY DRINK BRAND Milligrams of Caffeine per Standard Can

  • Reign 300
  • Bang 300
  • 5-Hour Energy 200
  • Celsius 200
  • Prime 200
  • C4 ` 200
  • Fast Twitch By Gatorade 200
  • Ghost 200
  • Alani Nu 200
  • Clean Cause 160
  • Full Throttle 160
  • Monster Energy 160
  • Rockstar 160
  • G Fuel 140
  • Zevia 120
  • Mountain Dew Kickstart 92
  • Red Bull 80

For a more detailed list compiled by Vinepair you can go HERE.

Source: Vinepair

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