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Caffeine in Alcohol

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Caffeine in Alcohol

In 2007, Michele Simon co-authored the groundbreaking report, Alcohol, Energy Drinks, and Youth: A Dangerous Mix, which led to federal action in 2010 to ban these dangerous products. But not before a number of victims were killed or injured. Eat Drink Politics can provide expert consultation for personal injury lawsuits on how the companies making caffeinated alcohol knew of the dangers and yet continued to market them irresponsibly, especially to youth.

Deceptive Marketing

These days, food companies are engaging in more and more deceptive marketing practices to convince shoppers to keep buying their unhealthy products. Vague claims like "natural" are now commonplace, even on junk food like chips and cookies. The alcohol industry also engages in deception such as "natural vodka." (See Michele Simon’s report, Questionable Health Claims by Alcohol Companies.) Eat Drink Politics can provide expert consultation to law firms and government attorneys interested in pursuing litigation to stop these deceptive practices.

Marketing to Children

Marketing to children has become a multibillion dollar industry. Corporations know they have to establish brand loyalty from a young age. Just one problem: marketing to young children is inherently deceptive. (See my article about the current McDonald’s lawsuit and why marketing to children is in fact illegal.) Eat Drink Politics can provide expert consultation to law firms and government attorneys interested in pursuing litigation to stop this predatory practice.

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