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Lucozade ‘Sport’ Drink Hits Stores in Singapore

by On Nov 13, 2015
Lucozade 'Sport' Drink Hits Stores in Singapore

Runners loves to drink, so it's not surprising to find an additional sports drink hitting Singapore since running is such a popular sport here. The No.1 sports drink in the United Kingdom (UK) – Lucozade Sport has reached the shelves of Singapore stores introduced by Suntory Beverage & Food Singapore Pte. Ltd. How does it taste? Presented in a refreshing orange flavour, sports enthusiasts can now fuel and hydrate with this new isotonic carbohydrate-electrolyte drink.

Lucozade Sport was specially formulated to improve hydration with an effective combination of carbohydrates and electrolytes. The carbohydrates are a source of energy, while the electrolytes help to replace the sodium lost in sweat during exercise. Lucozade Sport Orange allows one to maintain their endurance performance during prolonged exercise and enjoy the exhilarating taste of orange at the same time, that is why it's regarded as the No. 1 sports drink in the UK.

If you have signed up for the first Spartan Race in Singapore, you may have realised that Lucozade Sport is the official sports drink partner for the race.

Lucozade 'Sport' Drink Hits Stores in Singapore

Where to Taste It?

Lucozade Sport Orange is available at all FairPrice and Cheers outlets island-wide, from November 2015 onwards. For more information on Lucozade Sport Orange, please visit LucozadeSingapore.

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