FDA asked to investigate high caffeine levels in Logan Paul’s Prime Energy drink

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The FDA is being asked to look into Logan Paul’s energy drink, which has the caffeine of equivalent of 6 cans of Coke, stated the Associated Press in a new report.

On Sunday, Sen. Charles Schumer called on the Food and Drug Administration to investigate PRIME, a beverage brand founded by the YouTube stars Logan Paul and KSI that has become something of an obsession among the influencers’ legions of young followers.


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“One of the summer’s hottest status symbols for kids is not an outfit or a toy—it’s a beverage,” said Schumer, a Democrat from New York. “But buyers and parents beware because it’s a serious health concern for the kids it so feverishly targets.”

For more information on the drinks and their ingredients visit https://drinkprime.com/pages/faq

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