Joyburst is a clean and energizing beverage from the Canadian functional company The No Sugar Company, which hit the market back in the second half of 2021 in five fruity flavors. The product has come a long way since then, seeing the release of flavor collaborations involving iconic rapper Vanilla Ice and, more recently, The D.O.C. Another major move by Joyburst was the release of the hydration-focused drink Joyburst Renew.
Again, The No Sugar Company and Joyburst have come a long way, and even though collaborations with musicians and a spin-off beverage are notable developments, it turns out there is another one up the brand’s sleeve. Joyburst has made the hydration drink move but with the original Joyburst energy drink, where it has taken the idea behind the beverage and its key features, and put them into a stick-pack powder supplement.
Going alongside the energizing Joyburst beverage and the hydration-supporting Joyburst Renew is Joyburst On-The-Go. Like the energy drink, the stick-pack supplement has a good amount of natural caffeine at 200mg a serving from green tea, and it keeps the calories low at five thanks to its 2g of sugar alcohol. There are two flavors to choose from for the product, both from the original Joyburst menu in Frose Rose and Peach Mango.
Joyburst On-The-Go basically gives individuals the ability to take the benefits of Joyburst whenever and wherever, which is the case with the Joyburst energy drink, although a stick pack is more compact and convenient, and it lets you mix it in with another beverage. Amazon is the place to go if you want to get your hands on the stick-pack version of Joyburst, and where you’ll pay about $1 a stick at $16.99 for a box of 16.