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Meth-Laced 7Up Found in Mexico


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7Up tainted with methamphetamine sent several people to the hospital in Mexico

Methamphetamine was reportedly found in several bottles of 7Up found in Mexico.

U.S. health authorities have issued a warning to travelers after bottles of 7Up tainted with methamphetamine have sickened seven people and caused at least one death in Mexico.

According to the Washington Post, the contaminated bottles of 7Up were purchased and consumed in Mexicali, Mexico. After drinking the contaminated soda, eight people were sickened badly enough they needed to be hospitalized. One of the victims died.

Authorities have taken 7Up off the shelves in the area, but it’s still unclear how the methamphetamine got into the soft drinks in the first place. The Baja California attorney general’s office says an investigation is underway.

The Dr Pepper Snapple Group, which distributes 7Up in the United States, says no U.S. 7Up products have been contaminated. The company also says it does not market, sell, or distribute 7Up in other parts of the world. That license is owned by PepsiCo.

People in Mexico are being advised to be extremely careful about checking to make sure the beverages they buy have not been tampered with. Making sure bottles have not been opened and seals are intact is an important food lesson to keep in mind.

Symptoms of consuming meth-contaminated food or drink include irritation of the mouth or throat, an abnormal taste, burning in the esophagus or abdomen, nausea and vomiting, quick or irregular heartbeat, and difficulty breathing. Symptoms can appear suddenly, and anybody who suspects they’ve consumed a contaminated beverage should seek medical attention immediately.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


Travelers warned of meth found in 7-Up bottles in Mexico

PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico.

According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated.

"It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering," Dr. Daniel Brooks said. "If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out."

According to a statement sent to FOX 10 Phoenix by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group late Friday morning, none of the 7-Up products sold in the U.S. are affected by the issue being reported in Mexico.

In addition, officials with Dr Pepper Snapple Group said the company does not market, sell, or distribute the brand in other parts of the world, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the trademark internationally.

Officials with Banner Health say side effects from consuming the contaminating soda can present suddenly and may result in life-threatening injures.

Symptoms of consuming the contaminated soda may include:

  • Irritation of, or abnormal taste in, the mouth or throat
  • Burning to the esophagus or abdomen
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fast or irregular heart beat

If you believe you have consumed any contaminated food or soda, contact the Poison Control Center immediately at 1-800-222-1222.


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