3/22/2013

Monster Energy says it will sell its energy drinks as beverages rather than dietary supplements, meaning it will not have to report adverse events to the FDA but will have to list the product's caffeine content on the label. Public-health experts have sent a letter to the FDA that says scientific evidence shows a "robust correlation between the caffeine levels in energy drinks and adverse health and safety consequences," especially among children.

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