If you’re taking a trip to Mexico anytime soon, you may want to avoid drinking any 7Up…
According to USA Today, health professionals in Arizona are warning of 7Up beverages potentially contaminated with meth in the Mexicali area of Mexico.
The Attorney General of Justice of the State of Baja California confirmed that the laced soda has already sickened seven people and killed one.
Thankfully, none of the tainted soda is being sold in the United States as the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, owners of the 7Up brand in the US, are not the ones making and selling the drink in Mexico.
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