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Energy drink makers on defensive at US Senate hearing

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The multi-billion-dollar global energy drink industry joined forces on Capitol Hill to fight off growing claims that their caffeine-rich products are hazardous to young people's health. 

The multi-billion-dollar global energy drink industry joined forces on Capitol Hill to fight off growing claims that their caffeine-rich products are hazardous to young people's health. Senior executives from Monster Beverage, Red Bull and Rockstar told a US Senate's Commerce Committee that they do not pitch their drinks at children

Senior executives from Monster Beverage, Red Bull and Rockstar told the US Senate's Commerce Committee that they do not pitch their drinks at children, despite their aggressive use of social media and sponsorship of action sports.

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