UK: Off-licence bans sale of Red Bull to under 16s

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 19 July 2005

A Scottish chain of off-licences has told its staff not to sell cans of Red Bull to consumers under the age of 16, prompting the makers of the energy drink to insist the product is "perfectly safe".

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A Scottish chain of off-licences has told its staff not to sell cans of Red Bull to consumers under the age of 16, prompting the makers of the energy drink to insist the product is "perfectly safe".

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