Canadian recall hits energy drink makers


The Canadian government has put a warning out about a bunch of energy drinks, saying they may not be safe because they don’t meet the standards for caffeine content or labelling. They’re warning people not to use, buy, sell, or distribute them, and to throw them away or return them to the store.

There are over 30 brands involved, like Monster Energy, G Fuel, and Prime. The maximum caffeine content in Canada is 180 mg per serving, and the labels have to be in English and French, and the drinks have to have the warning label.

If you think you’ve been sick from drinking a recalled product, you should call your doctor.


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