Cocaine-Cola

RE-MOVED

Germany pulled Red Bull Cola off retail shelves in May after researchers found 0.4 micrograms of cocaine per liter in ubiquitous energy-drink brand’s new soft drink. Red Bull rebuked the decision, claiming, “Decocainised coca leaf extracts are used as flavoring in foodstuffs around the world and are considered to be safe. Red Bull Cola and other foodstuff containing such extracts may therefore be sold legally.” We say stock up now.

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