Jeunesse Global EMV Energy Drinks
Multilevel marketing company Jeunesse Global recently acquired a competitor called MonaVie. MonaVie was responsible for creating the EMV lineup of energy drinks.
Thanks to this acquisition, Jeunesse Global distributors now have full access to the EMV lineup. Today, we’re telling you everything you need to know about the Jeunesse Global EMV Energy Drinks.
What Are EMV Energy Drinks?
EMV Energy Drinks, found at EMVEnergy.com, are a lineup of energy drinks that come in four different flavors: Acerola, Citrus Zero, Acai, and Jabu.
The energy drinks promise to work in a similar way to other energy beverages: they boost your physical and mental energy when you’re feeling tired. The main difference, however, is that EMV energy drinks promise to “awaken your body and mind without a subsequent crash.”
To fulfill that promise, EMV energy drinks feature a blend of antioxidant-rich fruits and natural energy sources. So instead of getting drugged up on caffeine, you’re getting energized off healthy fruits and vegetables.
The energy drinks are also relatively low in sugar compared to competitors like Red Bull and Rockstar. There’s also a zero sugar option (Citrus Zero) available.
Key Features of EMV Energy Drinks
EMV energy drinks come in four different flavors, and each flavor has a slightly different ingredient list. However, all energy drinks from EMV share some common qualities, including:
— Low Sodium
— Loaded With B Vitamins
— No Artificial Sweeteners
— No High Fructose Corn Syrup
— Made With Real Fruit Juice (Some Flavors Have 80% Fruit Juice, While Others Have Less)
I’m not sure why the company felt the need to advertise “non-toxic” as a benefit, but that’s good to know.
It’s true that the energy drinks use no artificial sweeteners. Instead, they all contain either stevia or natural sugar. EMV Citrus Zero contains zero calories and is sweetened entirely by stevia. Stevia comes from a South American plant and its extract is exceptionally sweet despite containing no carbs or calories.
Both the Acerola and Acai varieties contain natural fruit sugars, while the Jabu flavor contains a mix of natural sugars and stevia.
EMV Energy Drink Flavors and Varieties
There are four different varieties of EMV currently available. Those varieties include all of the following:
You may not have heard of Acerola before, but it’s an exotic fruit grown in the Amazon basin. EMV claims that the delicious flavor of Acerola will “dazzle your taste buds” with a “bold, exciting flavor”.
In addition to Acerola extract, this drink contains green tea leaf extract, yerba mate leaf extract, and mango puree.
Each can of Acerola has 140 calories and 24 grams of sugar.
Citrus Zero, unlike the other flavors from EMV, has zero calories and zero sugar. If you like diet beverages and want to limit your sugar intake, then Citrus Zero might be the right flavor for you.
Key ingredients in Citrus Zero include stevia, yerba mate, and green tea leaf extract.
Acai contains more real fruit juice than the other energy drinks, with approximately 80% of the drink being made from fruit juice. It’s packed with a blend of ingredients purported to boost your energy, including acai, capuacu, maqui, green tea leaf extract, guarana, and yerba mate.
There are a total of 160 calories and 23 grams of sugar in each can of the Acai EMV energy drink.
Jabu is the shortened name of a South American fruit called Jabuticaba. According to the product info page for EMV Jabu, some people call the fruit “the grape of the Amazon”.
Key ingredients in Jabu include jabuticaba extract, guarana, green tea leaf extract, cha’ de burge extract, yerba mate, and panax ginseng extract.
Jabu has fewer calories than the Acai and Acerola drinks, but it does not have zero calories like the Citrus Zero. Each can of Jabu has 60 calories and 5 grams of sugar.
How to Use EMV Energy Drinks
The manufacturer of EMV energy drinks recommends drinking a maximum of two 8.4 ounce cans per day. Drink whenever you need to feel energized.
How to Buy EMV Energy Drinks
You can currently only buy EMV energy drinks from Jeunesse Global distributors. If you don’t know a Jeunesse Global distributor, then you can usually use Google to quickly find a distributor’s website. You buy EMV energy drinks through that website and are redirected to the Jeunesse Global online store.
All drinks are priced at the same rate: you can only order them in cases of 24 x 8.4 ounce cans. Each case costs $59.
Depending on your distributor and how much that distributor likes you, you may be able to purchase EMV energy drinks at a little bit of a discount.
With Jeunesse Global now owning the rights to EMV energy drinks, you can expect to see the brand presence for EMV grow steadily over the next few months.