In Canada, caffeinated energy drinks recalled because they may be unsafe due to the caffeine content- an update

The CFIA recalled numerous brands of caffeinated energy drinks due to various non-compliances related to caffeine content and labeling requirements. The recalls are part of an ongoing investigation. Most recalled products were neither manufactured nor intended for sale in Canada and have been imported by third parties and sold in stores across Canada. Consumers may have also purchased the products online. In Canada, energy drinks must not contain over 180 mg of caffeine in a single serving. These products also require cautionary statements to protect vulnerable populations, including children, and to provide information on the safe number of daily servings. The CFIA warns against consuming various Caffeinated Energy Drinks from the Canadian marketplace due to reported failure to properly comply with Canada’s Caffeine content and labeling requirements, leading to possible ingestion of excess Caffeine levels with consequential risks of anxiety, sleeplessness, agitation, palpitations, diarrhea, and restlessness. @


Various brands of caffeinated energy drinks may be unsafe due to caffeine content and labelling issues -
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