HONG KONG: Red Bull says cocaine traces are “impossible”

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 2 June 2009

Energy drink producer Red Bull has said Hong Kong authorities that have reportedly found traces of cocaine in its beverages are "confused".

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Energy drink producer Red Bull has said Hong Kong authorities that have reportedly found traces of cocaine in its beverages are "confused".

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