Why is R-Line a syrup and not a powdered concentrate?

When R-Line was first being developed, we intended on producing a powdered product. However, like many great inventions (such as chocolate chip cookies) a liquid concentrate came about by accident. Making prototypes of powdered products involves weighing out insanely small amounts of powdered essences and we overcame this by creating syrup dilutions that we could [...]

2021-11-08T01:30:14+00:00, |

Does R-Line need to be stored in the fridge?

Due to the high solids content R-Line gels and syrup concentrates are nearly self-preserving (think honey). However, to make sure our product is as fresh as possible we add minimal preservative to give consumers peace and mind there are no nasties. Diluted R-Line Electrolyte and Activity drinks should be consumed within a few days. Refrigeration [...]

2021-11-08T01:31:02+00:00, , |

What is the difference between R-Line Electrolyte Drink and R-Line Activity Drink?

R-Line Electrolyte Drink is for sports, R-Line Activity Drink is for workplace hydration and activity that is lower intensity than sports.  R-Line Activity Drink has a few less carbs than R-Line Electrolyte Drink. This is because people who are working hard in hot environments are typically burning less calories than people who are exercising. R-Line [...]

Do you have colourfree options?

All our R-Line Electrolyte Drink range come with colourfree options. Apple, Lemon & Lime, Orange, Rasberry and Blueberry electrolyte drinks are also available in coloured options. At sporting events, we use coloured drinks to make sure they can be easily differentiated from water. Apple, Lemon & Lime, Orange, Rasberry and Blueberry electrolyte drinks are also [...]

2021-11-08T01:31:43+00:00, |

Do you make a sugar free electrolyte drink?

We get this question a lot and our response is not what most people expect. It is illegal in New Zealand and Australia to sell a product labelled as an electrolyte drink that has less than 5% carbohydrates and it is practically impossible to include 5% carbohydrates without including sugars as well. [...]

2021-11-08T01:32:25+00:00, |


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