Red Bull Energy Red Edition 250Ml

As Published

Red Bull Energy Red Edition 250Ml from Tesco

Nutrition Table

Typical ValuesTypical values per 100 ml-
Energy 192 kJ (45 kcal)-
Protein 0 g-
Carbohydrate 11 g-
of which Sugars 11 g-
Fat 0 g-
of which Saturates 0 g-
Fibre 0 g-
Sodium 0.04 g-
Niacin 8 mg / 50% RDA-
Pantothenic acid 2 mg / 33% RDA-
Vitamin B6 2 mg / 143% RDA-
Vitamin B12 2 µg / 80% RDA-


  1. Water
  2. Sucrose
  3. Glucose
  4. Acidity Regulators (Sodium Citrates
  5. Magnesium Carbonate)
  6. Carbon Dioxide
  7. Acidifier Citric Acid
  8. Taurine (0.4%)
  9. Caffeine (0.03%)
  10. Glucoronolactone
  11. Inositol
  12. Vitamins (Niacin
  13. Pantothenic Acid
  14. B6
  15. B12)
  16. Flavourings
  17. Colours (Caramel
  18. Riboflavin
  19. Concentrate from: Carrot
  20. Black Currant Safflower)
Price: £1.19
Red Bull Energy Red Edition 250Ml can be purchased from Tesco for as little as 1.19 per pack. We acquired this information from Tesco on 2013-11-22T02:46:16Z. Amongst our current users, Red Bull Energy Red Edition 250Ml has a low popularlity. A typical portions is typical values per 100 ml

Calories : 45.00 kcal per 100g
Sugar : 11.00 g per 100g
Salt : 0 g per 100g
Fat : 0.00 g per 100g

This information was obtained from:
Organisation TescoTesco
Date 2013-11-22T02:46:16Z
Source link to source of data


Show details

Maximum Daily Intake


The Estimated Average Requirement for Energy (a prescribed amount to maintain a healthy body weight) for a female age: 25-34 is 2175 kcal 1 (p.83-85)


The World Health Organisation (W.H.O.) recommends that the maximum proportion of energy from all sugars (intrinsic and added) is: 5% and a strong recommendation of an absolute maximum of 10%

The energy value of a gram of Sugar is 3.8 kcal.1 (p.93)

W.H.O. Recommended maximum sugar intake for age: 25-34 and sex:female is
5% x 2175 / 3.8 = 28.6g of Sugar per day
7.2 cubes .

and the Absolute maximum is 57.2g of Sugar per day.

Nb. The W.H.O2 recommendations for maximum sugar intake are considerably lower than those of the NHS3.

Salt and Sodium

"Most salt in the diet does not come from addition to food in the home by consumers but from processed foods. This makes it extremely difficult for individuals to reduce their own salt intake and to maintain a reduced intake over any length of time."Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition4
"6g is higher than the Reference Nutrient Intake (RNI) and substantially greater than the salt intake required to maintain the sodium content of the body"4
Reference Nutrient Intake / required for age:15+ is 4g salt (1.6g Sodium). Daily target average is 6g salt


  1. The 2011 report by the UK Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition on Dietary Reference Values for Energy, available here
  2. The World Health Organisation Guideline for sugar intake in adults and children 2015. available here
  3. NHS Recommendations on Sugar Intake
  4. SACN report on Salt and Health 2003 (p2)

Other Sources

Portion size


45kcal energy in a portion of 100g/ml
2% of the UK Guideline energy intake (2175 kcal).1


11g of sugar in a portion of 100g/ml
Equivalent to: 2.75 x 4g cubes
38% of the W.H.O. 2015 Guideline maximum daily sugar intake for age: 25-34 is 28.6g2


0.1g of salt in a portion of 100g/ml
2% of the UK Guideline Maximum for Salt intake for age: 25-34 is 6g1