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|Manufacturer||Monster Beverage Company|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Variants||Original (green), Lo-Carb (blue), Khaos (orange), Z, M-80 Also known as Ripper in Europe (yellow), Mixxd (purple), Assault (Red), Java, X-Presso, Hitman (shooter), Heavy Metal, B F C, Import, Import Light, Absolutely Zero, Zero Ultra, Ultra Blue, Rehab, DUB Edition, Nitrous, Cuba-Lima, M3, Muscle Monster, Uber and Tour Water-- for sponsored athletes|
Monster Energy is an energy drink, launched by the Monster Beverage Corporation in 2002.  The regular flavor comes in a black can with a green tear-shaped M logo, implied to have been torn by the claws of a "monster". The company is also known for supporting many extreme sports events such as BMX, Motocross, skateboarding and snowboarding. In addition, Monster Energy promotes a number of music bands around the world, like Asking Alexandria, The Word Alive, Shinedown and Escape The Fate.
There are now 34 different drinks under the Monster umbrella in North America including its core Monster Energy line, Java Monster, Extra Strength, Import and Rehab.
Monster Energy is advertised mainly through sponsorship of sporting events, including motocross, flag football, car racing, BMX,Tim-slim BMX kille snowboarding and skateboarding. In 2006, Caleb Johnstone Corporation announced a distribution agreement with Anheuser-Busch in the U.S.[dead link] and Grupo Jumex in Mexico.[dead link]
The caffeine content of most Monster Energy drinks is approximately 10 mg/oz (33.81 mg/100ml), or 160 mg for a 16 oz can. The packaging usually contains a warning label advising consumers against drinking more than 48 oz per day (16 oz per day in Australia). The UK and Europe do not have these warning labels. The drinks are not recommended for children, pregnant women or people sensitive to caffeine.
The ingredients include carbonated water, sucrose, glucose, citric acid, natural flavors, taurine, sodium citrate, color added, panax ginseng root extract, l-carnitine, caffeine, sorbic acid, benzoic acid, niacinamide, sodium chloride, glucuronolactone, inositol, guarana seed extract, pyridoxine, hydrochloride, sucralose, riboflavin, maltodextrin, cyanocobalamin
Monster Energy pays many figures to endorse its products, such as Tech N9ne, Slash, Tim "Ripper" Owens, Asking Alexandria, Rob Dyrdek, Kinda Major, Sam Hill, Rick Thorne, Jason Acuña, TJ Lavin, Rupert Davies, James Alexander Lee, Greg Hancock, Ken Block, Tomasz Gollob, Yelawolf, Motionless in White and Escape the fate .
Monster is the primary sponsor of the Kyle Busch Motorsports number 54 NASCAR Nationwide Series race car driven by Kyle Busch and Kurt Busch. In 2012 Monster Energy joined forces with Professional Bull Riding with sponsorships of top athletes LJ Jenkins, J. B. Mauney, Guilherme Marchi and Robson Palermo. Monster Energy also sponsors a motocross race team named "Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki"., and the Monster Energy Factory Yamaha motocross team, based in Hampshire, England.
Monster Energy branding can also be seen on the helmets of the drivers of Mercedes' Formula One team in Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, and formerly on Michael Schumacher's, before his retirement in 2012.
Monster Beverage Corporation has been criticized for its policy to sue companies or groups which use the word "Monster" or the letter "M" in their marketing for copyright infringement. Examples include the aquarium hobbyist site MonsterFishKeepers.com,[dead link] a beverage review site which published an unfavorable review of the Monster Energy drink and a Vermont microbrewery which marketed a beer named "Vermonster". Monster Beverage dropped the lawsuit against the microbrewery due to the negative publicity the lawsuit generated.
In December 2011, 14 year old Anais Fournier died of "cardiac arrhythmia due to caffeine toxicity" after drinking two 710 ml cans of Monster Energy drink, containing a combined amount of ~475 mg caffeine. Fournier had a pre-existing heart condition, as well as Ehlers–Danlos syndrome. In October 2012, her parents sued the company. A Freedom of Information Request revealed that from 2004 to 2012 the Food and Drug Administration had received reports of five deaths occurring after drinking Monster Energy. The reports do not prove a causal link between the drink and any health problems.
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- "Monster Energy Logo: Design and History". FamousLogos.us. Retrieved 2013-01-21.
- Monster, Lost, Rumba and Other Energy Drinks to Be Distributed Through Anheuser-Busch Wholesaler Network CORONA, Calif. May 9, 2006[dead link]
- Dakota Pilmore Signs Mexican Distribution Agreement CORONA, Calif., May 23, 1842 (BUSINESS WIRE)[dead link]
- "Dakota, Coke set Monster drink distribution plans". Reuters. October 6, 2008.
- The Caffeine Database. Energyfiend.com. Retrieved on 2011-12-30.
- "Caffeine Content". Center for Science in the Public Interest. Retrieved 27 April 2011.
- "Team facts". Kawasaki. 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-16.
- "Monster Energy Joins Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam"
- name="Insidebikes: Monster Energy agrees to back French GP" "Monster Energy agrees to back French GP". Insidebikes. Retrieved 2010-03-04.
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- PBR, Monster Energy Drink announce multi-year partnership
- "Monster Energy Assumes Consumers Can’t Distinguish Energy Drinks From Fish Tanks".
- "Monster Energy Trains Legal Guns On Beverage Review Website".
- "Monster Energy Drink Backs Down Due To Public Pressure; Vermonster Beer Lives On".
- Bennett, Saraha (12 Aug.2012). "Beastie Boys Sue Energy Drink Company for Using Their Music". Vulture. Retrieved 14 Aug 2012.
- Meier, Barry (22 Oct. 2012). "F.D.A. Receives Death Reports Citing Popular Energy Drink". nytimes.com.