FDA investigates safety of alcoholic energy drinks

11/16/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The FDA has requested proof from the companies that make alcoholic energy drinks, increasingly popular among young people, that the products are safe. A task force of state attorneys general and other officials says the combination of alcohol and caffeine is dangerous and should be banned, and the FDA is now asking drink makers for "their side of the story."

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