Is cocaine the energy drink aloud to be sold in stores?!

Question: the ENERGY DRINK.

Answers: the ENERGY DRINK.

Cocaine was pulled from U.S. shelves in last May because of the FDA's decision that Cocaine was "illegally marketing their drink as an alternative to street drugs". Redux Beverages began working on a new name for the product immediately. At the end of May, 2007, the Redux team decided to change the name to "No Name:" energy drink, with the new can label featuring a large blank space for fans to write their chosen name for the drink, covering the "Cocaine" on the can itself.On June 17th, 2007, the drink was redistributed in the U.S. under the new labelling.

However, Redux Beverages has recently announced that the drink will return to shelves under its original name early 2008.

The drink is now available online at or in local beverage stores around the U.S

It shouldn't be. What kind of message is that sending to our youth.

Not in CT - but only because of the name. As energy drinks go, it's pretty ordinary.

Allowed, not aloud.

Yes, it is. It does not really have cocaine in it.

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