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Soulboost is blended with real juice and infused with functional ingredients L-theanine and Panax ginseng to support mental stamina and relaxation.

PepsiCo launched Soulboost, a new sparkling water brand for wellness-focused consumers, to mark another foray into the functional beverage category

The sparkling water beverage is blended with real juice and infused with functional ingredients L-theanine and Panax ginseng to support mental stamina and relaxation.

Soulboost is available in 12oz cans in two varieties, Lift and Ease, with four flavor profiles. The drink contains between 10 to 20 calories.

The lift has 200mg of Panax ginseng to help support mental stamina and is available in blueberry-pomegranate and black cherry citrus flavors.

The Ease contains 200mg of L-theanine to help support relaxation and comes in blackberry passionfruit and strawberry rose flavors.

PepsiCo previously launched Driftwell, a functional still water beverage that helps relax and de-stress.


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