US: FDA weighs up ban on caffeinated alcoholic drinks

By Chris Mercer | 5 November 2010

The US Food & Drug Administration has said that it is still considering whether to ban the sale of alcoholic drinks containing caffeine in the country.

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The US Food & Drug Administration has said that it is still considering whether to ban the sale of alcoholic drinks containing caffeine in the country.

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