FDA Warns Alcoholic Energy Drink Companies

The Food and Drug Administration has sent warning letters to four companies that manufacture drinks containing caffeine and alcohol, stating the beverages do not meet the FDA's standard of safety.

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday it has sent warning letters to four companies that manufacture drinks containing caffeine and alcohol, stating the beverages do not meet the FDA's standard of safety.

The companies — Phusion Projects, United Brands Co., Charge Beverages Corp. and New Century Brewing Co. — have 15 days to inform the FDA of their plans to bring their products in line with the agency's guidelines, or face further legal action.

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