Bill proposed in Canadian province of New Brunswick that would require retailers to post signs warning customers of potential health risks of consuming too many energy drinks
April 27, 2012
– A bill has been proposed in New Brunswick, Canada, that would require retailers to post signs warning customers of the potential health risks of consuming too many energy drinks, The Canadian Press reported April 25.
The bill, which was introduced by the Liberal Opposition, has not yet been debated by the legislature.
Last fall, the Canadian federal government announced that it was imposing new rules on energy drinks to limit their caffeine levels and require that they be labeled with a list of ingredients.
The primary source of this article is The Canadian Press, Toronto, Ontario, on April 25, 2012.