FDA action is expected on alcohol-caffeine drinks

11/15/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Food and Drug Administration is expected to take action as soon as Wednesday on beverages that combine alcohol and caffeine, a year after it began reviewing the safety and legality of the drinks. The FDA needs to decide whether mixing caffeine and alcohol is "generally regarded as safe," and the manufacturer of Four Loko says it's no different than consuming coffee after drinking alcohol.

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