The chain insists this is "another example" of giving customers what they want.
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Caffeine makes the alcohol intoxication grow stronger.
Don't worry, they still believe "alcohol and caffeine can be consumed safely and responsibly."
Not a good week for gum.
And in a twisted way, Monster and the FDA are on the same side.
More bad news for Monster.
Can you drink venti Frappuccinos the same way? What about marshmallow vodka? Gatorade? We've got all possible scenarios covered.
The company hired physicians to review her medical records.
An "alcohol facts" label is supposed to prevent hospitalizations.
But PepsiCo's calling it a "sparkling juice beverage."
Regulations do not require energy-drink-makers to disclose caffeine amounts.
PlayBev says the bunny company didn't honor a licensing agreement.
Stewart is accused of attacking and raping a 21-year-old woman.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is targeting television's most outspoken food revolutionary.
Plus: Whiskey in a can is a thing now; and restaurateurs scramble to make payroll as states enact minimum wage hikes, all in our morning news roundup.
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The Naked Chef finds inspiration in East L.A., while food is split among U.S. and Russian lines in space.
Does this mean an ambulance will have to park outside of Xiao Ye?
Plus: McDonald's brings back the McRib in SoCal, and the U.N. faces down hunger, all in our morning news roundup.