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SmartBoost and FruitBoost are powdered energy drinks formerly distributed by Solstice Beverages of San Francisco, California. Distribution was through natural food and other grocery stores in the Northern California.
SmartBoost, which was sold in packets, was unflavored and intended to be added to water or juices. It contained maltodextrin, arabica coffee bean-derived caffeine, inositol, vitamin B12, and vitamin C. FruitBoost was a flavored, slightly sweet version with vitamin and herbal ingredients, to add to water. SmartBoost had no calories, whereas FruitBoost was low in calories (50 per serving), considerably less than most bottled vitamin beverages.
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