7-Up recalls bottles for containing traces of meth
In Baja California, a deadly mix up has caused 2-liter bottles of 7-Up to be recalled for containing deadly traces of meth, hospitalizing eight people and killing one.
Now 2-liter bottles of the soda are being pulled from stores, with over 77,000 bottles being collected.
Officials are now warning traveling citizens to be cautious and immediately seek help if they feel any symptoms such as, “abnormal” taste, burning sensations in the esophagus or abdomen, nausea or vomiting, and irregular heartbeat or difficulty breathing, by contacting poison control.
The situation seems to be isolated, as other brands like Dr. Pepper and Snapple have not reported anything of the matter.