A company called Alliant has been trying to sell a “consumer” energy drink with ingredients that it says are “100% made in-house”.
The company’s website claims that the drink is made with the “best ingredients” and that “all the nutrition, vitamins, minerals and nutrients are all our own”.
The drink, which is billed as a “latticed energy drink”, is being sold in the US, Canada, Europe and South Africa.
It claims to have a “light, refreshing taste” and “deliver a light, refreshing buzz”.
The website also claims that it has been “verified by independent researchers to deliver 100% natural ingredients”.
But it is not entirely clear if Alliant is actually making the drink in-houses.
According to the company’s web site, the drink was developed with the support of “the experts in the beverage industry”.
But the ingredients listed on the site include sugar, lactose, honey, soybean oil, rice flour, sodium chloride, calcium carbonate, corn starch, maltodextrin and fructose.
The ingredients list also lists “organic cane sugar”.
While the ingredients list does list cane sugar, which has a “high fructose content”, it does not contain any sugar.
While Alliant claims to be 100% local, the ingredients on its website do not list any ingredients that have been sourced from outside of the US.
A representative for Alliant did not respond to requests for comment.
According in its website, the “consumer energy drink” contains “all of the ingredients that the company has developed over the past 10 years to create a superior, light, non-sugar-laden beverage”.
It also claims the product has “a unique taste” of “smooth and refreshing”.
“The taste of this energy drink is a signature Alliant flavor.
It is a delicious drink for anyone looking for a light energy drink that is not too sweet,” it states.