PHOENIX (ALBOENEWS) — 7-Up that was sold in northern Mexico has sent multiple people to the hospital, which has prompted warnings from U.S. health professionals.
In a reported from the Washington Post, it was revealed that Mexican authorities have removed the soft drinks from shelves in Mexicali, and are currently investigating how it go into the soda.
Banner Health is warning travellers to be vigilant of the things they consume while in Mexico, especially to broken seals on any food or drinks. According to spokesman for Dr. Pepper Snapple, U.S. drinks have not been contaminated
Side effects of the contaminated soft drinks include irritation of the mouth or throat, burning in the esophagus, nausea or vomiting, difficulty breathing and a fast or irregular heartbeat.
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