Pakistan News

    Best Energy Drinks In Pakistan 10

  • Turning to traditional drinks to combat the summer heat

    RAWALPINDI: With the hike in temperature and increased humidity, the people of Rawalpindi are turning towards food-based drinks to cool off including lassi, milkshakes and milk mixed with soft drinks...

    More and more people turn to milk-based cold drinks as the summer progresses and more and more shops serving milk-based drinks are opening in the downtown and cantonment areas...

  • PFA’s war on cold drinks in schools

    LAHORE: The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has told the representatives of various companies that there would be no sale of carbonated drinks in schools after summer vacation...

    “Under our new regulations, we have imposed a ban on the entire carbonated drinks as it is injurious to health, affecting physical growth of children, especially,” PFA Director General Noorul Amin Mengal said at a meeting on Thursday...

  • Very hot drinks ‘probably’ cause cancer: UN agency

    PARIS: Drinking very hot coffee and other drinks “probably” causes cancer of the oesophagus, a UN agency said on Wednesday, but lifted suspicion from a cup at “normal serving temperatures”...

    What matters is the temperature,” said epidemiologist Dana Loomis, who took part in the review of the world’s most popular hot drinks...

  • Summer drinks

    The very best thing about this time of year is the variety of fruit available — cherries, peaches, lychee and, of course, mangoes...

    These fresh fruit drinks, served ice cold, are the perfect antidote to beat the summer heat...

  • Britain launches soft drinks sugar tax to fight obesity

    LONDON: Britain on Thursday said it would tax companies which sell sugary soft drinks and invest that money in health programmes for school children, part of a long-awaited strategy to curb childhood obesity that critics say is too weak...

    Drinks companies were also angered by the plan which urges industry to cut sugar in products aimed at children, saying nearly a third of those aged 2 to 15 are already overweight or obese...

  • Stiff competition among thirst-quenching drinks

    In the month of Ramazan, citrus fruit growers and makers of thirst-quenching squashes, syrups, fruit drinks and nectars are in a race to push as much inventory in the market as possible...

    Extending its existing product line of fruit drinks, Mitchell’s has introduced ‘Fruit Punch’, a combination of fruits in a single drink...

  • Tax sugary drinks to fight obesity and diabetes: WHO

    GENEVA: The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday governments should raise taxes on sugary drinks to fight what it says are global obesity and diabetes epidemics...

    If retail prices of sugar-sweetened drinks are increased by 20 per cent through taxation, there is a proportional drop in consumption, it said in a report titled “Fiscal Policies for Diet and Prevention of Non-communicable Diseases”...

  • FBR allowed to impose health levy on tobacco products, sugary drinks

    ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Law and Justice has allowed the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to impose health levy on tobacco products and sugary drinks through an ordinary bill or through an ordinance before the upcoming budget...

    The imposition of the federal health levy on the manufacturing and sale of harmful products falls within the domain of the parliament under the Constitution, therefore, the imposition of the said levy on such...

  • ‘Pakistan best place for investment’

    KARACHI: President Mamnoon Hussain has said that Pakistan today is more secure and peaceful and is the best country in the region for investment and entrepreneurs ought to take full advantage of the situation...

    Inaugurating the four-day Pakistan International Trade Fair at Karachi Expo Centre (PITF) on Thursday, Mr Mamnoon said that the participation of 20 countries in the fair is manifestation of the confidence of global community...

  • Pakistan bowling attack among world’s best, says Sarfraz

    SHARJAH: Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed on Friday said Pakistan had one of the best bowling attacks in the world and that had played a key role in his side surging to a 4-0 lead in the ODI series against Sri Lanka with just one match remaining...

    Pakistan’s seven-wicket win in Sharjah on Friday continued their run of success in ODIs that had begun with the ICC Champions Trophy which they had won handsomely...

  • More
Back to top