Phusion Projects, the marketers of malt beverage Four Loko, have agreed to change their cans to settle claims of deceptive …
You can’t have Four Loko anymore in certain states, but why not give Snoop Dogg’s “Blast by Colt 45” a try?
What would On the Road have been like if Kerouac’s anti-heroes had access to Four Loko?
The makers of Four Loko wish they thought of this.
The manufacturers of Four Loko and other alcohol-laced energy drinks claimed their beverages would help you power through the night. In the wake of FDA warnings about their safety, discarded cans of the drinks are now powering …
According to Forensic Science International, caffeine is fatal to humans in does of 5 grams or more, but how many Lokos would it take to reach the limit?
Still sad over Four Loko being yanked from shelves? NewsFeed has a solution for you.
Just before Thanksgiving, Four Loko’s caffeine-alcohol combo fell under the FDA’s oversight. What’s the next booze-laden fad to flirt with consumers’ taste buds?
The weekend’s over and you’re back at the office, so you’ll no longer be forgiven for being out of the loop. But if you’ve missed all the major stories of the past two days, don’t sweat it. NewsFeed is here to fill you in on all …
“[The] FDA does not find support for the claim that the addition of caffeine to these alcoholic beverages is ‘generally recognized as safe,’ which is the legal standard. To the contrary, there is evidence that the combinations of
Tuesday’s links get drunk on romance and Four Loko.
In the wake of reports that it was the alcoholic, caffeinated drink Four Loko that caused a group of Washington college students to fall ill, Michigan has chosen to ban the drink.