FDA: Caffeinated alcoholic drinks may be illegal

FDA: Caffeinated alcoholic drinks may be illegal

Washington : DC : USA | Nov 13, 2009 at 1:31 PM PST
Source: CNN
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The Food and Drug Administration has notified about 30 manufacturers of alcoholic beverages containing added caffeine that it intends to take a look at their products. The question is not only if these products -- such as 24/7 made by Mix Master Beverage Co. and Joose by United Brands Co. -- are safe,... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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