Optimum Nutrition's Essential Amino Energy now in orange

Optimum Nutrition's Essential Amino Energy now in orange

Orange Cooler, Optimum Nutrition’s newest flavor of Essential Amino Energy, is expected to add to the growing excitement about this versatile powdered product.

Optimum Nutrition’s (ON) Essential Amino Energy has built an impressive following since being introduced at the 2010 Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas last September. The anytime energy and amino acid support beverage is currently ranked #6 on Bodybuilding.com’s list of Top 10 Sellers. Orange Cooler, ON’s newest flavor of Essential Amino Energy, is expected to add to the growing the excitement about this versatile powdered product.

“Essential Amino Energy provides natural energizers in the form of green tea and green coffee extracts, along with essential amino acids for muscle support, beta-alanine to promote stamina, plus arginine and citrulline to stimulate nitric oxide synthesis,” said Matt Ruegge, Marketing Coordinator at ON’s Aurora headquarters. “Our new Orange Cooler flavor will be sampled this weekend at the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio where a crowd of over 100,000 active adults is expected to visit the Expo Hall and booth #1001 in the Greater Columbus Convention Center.”

Founded in 1986, Optimum Nutrition is celebrating 25 years of providing active adults with superior quality sports nutrition. Like the world’s best-selling whey protein, Gold Standard 100% Whey™, Essential Amino Energy is produced at company owned and operated facilities that are NSF Registered and AIB Certified as GMP compliant. Maintaining hands-on control over every step of product development and manufacture helps assure that ON customers continue to receive easy mixing products that set higher standards for quality and consistency.

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