A proposal to end or limit the sales of some energy drinks in Chicago has been the subject of a contentious hearing before a city council committee, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Chicago Ald. Ed Burke has proposed a citywide ban of energy drinks, citing potential health risks with the highly caffeinated beverages.
Do you know just one sugary drink a day can make you fat? Medical experts say they’re the biggest culprit when it comes to obesity.
The Illinois Senate has voted to ban caffeinated alcoholic drinks, a measure spurred by public attention to Four Loko, a so-called “alcohol energy drink” popular with college students.
Five other states have banned them. Now, alcohol energy drinks could be off the market in here too.
The Chicago-based manufacturer of a popular alcohol beverage is set to drop caffeine from the recipe just as the government is poised to ban it.
The caffeinated alcoholic beverage Four Loko has been banned in four states and now Chicago-based Phusion Projects has agreed to stop shipments to New York state.