NEW YORK — Energy drink EBoost’s Super Fuel has expanded its distribution to more than 2,500 locations across the country, including more convenience stores.
Super Fuel is a ready-to-drink energy beverage that is made with nootropics, electrolytes, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, according to the New York-based company. The canned drink has "natural energy" derived from green coffee seed and green tea, it said.
The beverage comes in Strawberry Lemonade, Ginger Lime and Orange Mango and is intended for pre-workout fuel and post-workout recovery, according to EBoost.
“Whether it is to power through a workout, work from home or replace coffee, Super Fuel fits in everyone’s routine,” Josh Taekman, EBoost founder and CEO, said. “It gives you a natural boost without the typical crash and jitters associated with sugary drinks and other unnatural options out there, so people can feel great and do more.”
Super Fuel’s distribution will now include select stores at companies including CVS; ampm in Southern California (owned by La Palma, Calif.-based BP America Inc.); Altoona, Pa.-based Sheetz; RaceTrac locations in the Southeast; Loop Neighborhood Market, Fremont, Calif., c-stores of Northern California; York, Pa.-based Rutter’s c-stores and more.