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Gift of energy boosters


(From left) Klabe Malaysia Sdn Bhd Extra Joss van operation supervisor Mohd Syah Hisyam Othman, consumer department head Asep Dasuki, Raja Khairul Fitri and Star Media Group Bhd advertising and sales support  manager Hamidah Hashim with the Extra Joss energy drinks.

(From left) Klabe Malaysia Sdn Bhd Extra Joss van operation supervisor Mohd Syah Hisyam Othman, consumer department head Asep Dasuki, Raja Khairul Fitri and Star Media Group Bhd advertising and sales support manager Hamidah Hashim with the Extra Joss energy drinks.

PARTICIPANTS of #AnakAnakMalaysia 2017 can enjoy the taste of Extra Joss energy drinks without worrying about excessive sugar content.

While some prefer to mix the powdered energy drink with condensed milk, Kalbe Malaysia Sdn Bhd Extra Joss operation and promotion executive Raja Khairul Fitri said the ideal way of consuming Extra Joss is with minimal sugar added.

“If you go to coffee shops, they usually mix Extra Joss with condensed milk to make it like a milkshake.

“That is one option, but for participants who will be walking and jogging at this event, we recommend them to mix the Extra Joss sachet with cold water.

“The drink itself is already sweet on its own but it has been proven to be suitable for people with high blood pressure and diabetes,” he said.

Raja Khairul added that the energy drink from Indonesia was consumed by blue collar workers to increase their energy after working for long hours.

“Based on the feedback we have received, Extra Joss is suitable for people who need to sustain their energy for long periods of time during the day.

“Whether you need to drive at night or even study for long hours, the energy drink will help you boost your stamina and keep you alert,” he said.

Kalbe Malaysia Sdn Bhd will be sponsoring RM6,048 worth of Extra Joss energy drinks.

#AnakAnakMalaysia 2017 is organised by Star Media Group in partnership with Eco World at Dataran Kemerdekaan Shah Alam on Aug 27 in conjunction with National Day to rally support from fellow Malaysians to promote unity and instil patriotism.

It took a step further last year with the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2016, where more than 5,000 Malaysians turned up for the 3.4km walk with some 850,000 wristbands distributed nationwide.

Registration for this year’s walk is open until Aug 5 and can be done at sites.thestar.com.my/aamwalk/.

The registration fee for families (two adults plus two children is priced at RM80, individual adult (18 years and above) at RM40 and individual child (12 years and below) is RM15.

For details, call 03-79671388 ext 1432/1529 (weekdays, 9am to 5pm).

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