Monster Rehab ranked as the third top-selling energy drink brand, following Red Bull and Monster Energy, for the 52 weeks ending Nov. 4. The line consists of five tea-blend flavors, four of which contain 10 calories per serving. The fifth contains 15 grams of protein per can.   The popularity of Monster Rehab illustrates consumers’ desire for flavored and enhanced energy drinks. Niemann’s Miller said Monster Rehab caters to people who don’t like the ...

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