|Manufacturer||National Beverage Corp.|
|Country of origin||United States|
3-way, A'tomic Pom, Citrus X*, Frick-Bomb*, G-Force*, Lime Wrecker, Le-MOAN'R, Power*, Red Zone, Sting-Er Mo, Tribute*also available sugar-free
Marketed as "energy fuel at a price you can swallow," the drink contains 100% daily value of vitamin C, vitamin B6, folate, and vitamin B12. It also contains taurine, caffeine, inositol, and guarana seed extract. Sugar-free versions contain sucralose and acesulfame potassium.16 oz Rip It drinks average about 200 mg of caffeine per can.
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