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Earlier this month, Monster Beverage said it would reclassify its namesake energy drinks range from being a dietary supplement to a "conventional food". Ray Rowlands, director of beverage research company Drinksinfo Ltd, investigates the proposed change and considers whether the changes merely serve the interests of the brand owner with no real benefit to the actual consumer.


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