Energy Drinks Promise Edge, but Experts Say Proof Is Scant

Do advertisers have an ethical responsibility to accurately inform their audiences?

Energy drinks are really popular and increasingly so. They make many claims about increased mental and physical performance and charge a lot of money for their products. If the actual product they’re selling is nothing more than overpriced caffeine with some other ingredients thrown in, are they behaving unethically?

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