A diamondback drink from Alliant Energy can cost you as much as $5,000, according to a new study.
The drink’s name comes from the company’s original name, Alliant, and its brand name is alliant energy.
But, that’s not the only way that the drink’s pricetag can be misleading.
“This study is a big deal because the data has been shown before and we’re not the first ones to show it,” said John Mascola, the director of energy and climate science at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
“It’s a very important finding because it demonstrates the importance of having this data and not relying on marketing hype or speculation.”
What this study tells us is that the energy drink industry has gotten so big, they can spend as much money as they want on marketing and promotional stunts,” he added.
“While some of the ingredients are known to be toxic, the energy in our drinks are 100 per cent pure, trace elements and minerals that are not found in any food.” “
We want to highlight the fact that it’s not just the marketing that’s a problem with these drinks, but also the ingredients and the manufacturing process,” Alliant chief executive John DiMaggio said in a statement.
“While some of the ingredients are known to be toxic, the energy in our drinks are 100 per cent pure, trace elements and minerals that are not found in any food.”
He added that the drinks “are not meant to be taken daily.”