The drink, sold under the brand name Ghost Energy, is a blend of carbonated, sparkling mineral water and a combination of caffeine and sugar.
It’s marketed as a way to make energy and weight loss more palatable to those who are overweight or obese, and also helps to promote weight loss and reduce the risk of diabetes.
It was banned by the Food and Drug Administration last year, following concerns about a link between it and a heart attack, stroke or other disease.
A statement from the company says its ingredients “are safe for the environment, promote healthy eating, and support healthy living.”
The product is still available on the market in the U.S. and other countries.