Resource

CSPI Letter to Coca-Cola and Nestle re: Enviga

Re: Center for Science in the Public Interest v. The Coca-Cola Company, Nestle S.A., and Beverage Partners Worldwide

ShareThis

CSPI serves notice on Coca-Cola and Nestlé, the companies behind Enviga, that it will sue them if they continue to market the drink with fraudulent calorie-burning and weight loss claims.

Enviga, a new carbonated green tea beverage, claims that it burns more calories than it provides, resulting in “negative calories.” But CSPI says that Enviga burns money, and over the long term is more likely to result in a negative bank balance than negative calories.