Make Me Vitamin Drinks

Make Me Vitamin Drinks

  • Package Presentation
  • Originality
  • Taste
  • Function

Make ME® Vitamin C is a powdered all natural mix that you poor into your 16 or 20 ounce bottle of water. It comes in a small 5 inch tall stick pack that you can easily tear open. The individual 0.19 once pack contains a whopping 1,000 milligrams of vitamin C with only 15 calories per stick, the lowest in the category.   Lower calories however did not come at the sacrifice of flavor. The orange flavor brings back memories of old powered drinks of my childhood when drinks where loaded with sugar, even though this one isn’t it still managed to maintain that great flavor.

Besides the 1,000 milligrams of Vitamin C, the equivalent of almost 20 oranges, it also contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, Folic Acid, Calcium, Magnesium, Zink, Manganese, Chromium, Sodium and Potassium, making it an excellent hydration mix as well; that seems incredible for the small size.

The Vitamin C is presented in an excellent bright package that you can conveniently buy as singles for $1.00 at a retailer’s counter or refrigerator door where the display is hanging from the actual glass refrigerator door with the use of two suction cups. The product is available at pharmacies like Walgreens and convenience stores across the country. You could also stock up for winter or flue season and get the 50 pack at your store or from their website

A few years back Dominic Sohl and Rosbeh Barialai, both 28 years old, decided to create a beverage company and move to the USA.  The two young social entrepreneurs met at the sandbox in Hamburg, Germany when they were just four years old.  Rosbeh’s parents trekked through all of Eastern Europe when he was just a baby and finally managed to enter Germany and stayed. They were war refugees escaping the Taliban in Afghanistan.  Rosbeh and Dominic want to grow this company and use the funds to help families, especially children that are in need of food, education, and love.

Make ME Vitamin C product breakdown

Make ME Vitamin C Package

Make ME® Vitamin C comes in individually sized 0.19 ounce stick packs that you can buy for $1.00 as an impulse buy at the counter or checkout of a convenience store, pharmacy or supermarket; you fit 50 of these 5 inch stick-packs into one pop display that measures 5´5″ x 8´ x 2´5″. The display is not meant to sell on the shelve as a 50 pack, but to be placed on the counter and sold one at a time as an impulse buy item.  The attractive bright display also comes with two suction cups so that store owners can peg it to the outside of their refrigerator doors next to the water. A brilliant piece of merchandising!

Include the photo of the suction cups here, , the photo of the display and a photo of the stick.

Make ME Vitamin C Taste

The product is surprisingly good. It’s not easy to make vitamins taste good without adding a ton of sugar and raising the calorie count at the same time.  Make ME vitamin C was able to make an orange great tasting product with only 15 calories per stick-pack yielding 1,000 milligrams of Vitamin C plus a full punch of electrolytes.  It’s so good; you’ll want to drink it just for the taste.

Make ME Vitamin C History

The product was created by Make ME Drinks, Inc. when they saw the opportunity to sell Vitamin C for single use. “I noticed the large vitamin c players only sell their multipack, leaving convenience stores without a good solution, they also ignored the impulse buy at the refrigerator door and on the counter” said Dominic Sohl, CEO and majority owner of the vitamin c company.  Dominic is a charismatic young German entrepreneur that immigrated to the USA with his partner Rosbeh Barialai and their life savings, to develop and launch the brand.

the photo of Dominic at a store

In The Media

Make Me Vitamin C product and the company founders have appeared on The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, LA Times, USA Today, ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX TV affiliates, Brand week, Forbes, Success Magazine, as well as hundreds of local print media outlets.  The founders are available for interviews or appearances and travel from Los Angeles, California.

Review by Jorge Olson of

Jorge Olson is the author of several books including Build Your Beverage Empire and The Unselfish Guide to Self-Promotion. He’s a beverage entrepreneur, keynote speaker and beverage consultant that works with new and existing beverage companies in beverage development, marketing, sales and distribution.  Jorge writes for and has appeared on national magazines, newspapers, radio and televission.

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