Four Loko is so last season. There’s a new faddish booze-infused product whipping up interest from public-health experts: alcoholic whipped cream.
The family of a 20-year-old Florida man, who shot and killed himself after binging on the caffeinated malt liquor beverage Four Loko is suing the drink’s manufacturer, Phusion Projects, for wrongful death. The family says the …
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent warning letters to four beverage companies Wednesday, which manufacture popular alcoholic energy drinks, finding that the products combining alcohol and caffeine were not safe.
On the heels of several statewide bans on alcoholic energy drinks like Four Loko and Joose, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to weigh in this week on the safety of drinks that mix caffeine and alcohol.
You’ve probably seen it in gas stations or convenience stores. Four Loko, which comes housed in a tall aluminum can emblazoned with graffiti-inspired lettering, looks just like an energy drink — which it is.