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This Week In Cascadia - 5-Hour Energy Getting Sued

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Why Are 3 States Suing The Makers of 5-Hour Energy Drinks?

Vermont, Washington, and Oregon are suing Living Essentials, the maker of 5-Hour Energy, a popular product that sells millions of units a week. The small bottles contain a highly concentrated dose of caffeine, along with a few other ingredients: 221 more words

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Best Gaming Drink is...

Most people when playing their favourite games often have food sitting beside them or a drink to keep them going for ages through big COD tournaments or Halo competitions, but what is the best Type of drink to keep you going for hours without end in gory madness? 347 more words

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5 important things to know about caffeine powder

The sudden death of a healthy high school senior in Ohio has increased attention on unregulated caffeine powder and the ease of taking a toxic dose. 436 more words

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States Sue 5-Hour Energy over Advertising

(NEW YORK) — Could energy shots be getting the boot?

Indiana-based shot-maker 5-Hour Energy is facing lawsuits in both Oregon and Washington Friday morning, as litigators claim the company exercised deceptive advertising in the sale of their products, as well as a host of other devious practice allegations. 64 more words

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Two States Sue Makers Of 5-Hour Energy With Claims Of Deceptive Advertising

Both Oregon and Washington State filed lawsuits against the makers of 5-Hour Energy, alleging that the company has engaged in deceptive advertising tied to the ingredients in its drink. 305 more words

5-Hour Energy Drink Sued Over Alleged Deceptive Advertising

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Two attorneys general from the Northwest have sued the companies responsible for the popular 5-Hour Energy drink, alleging they engaged in deceptive advertising. 386 more words

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