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Red Bull: China vitamin drinks don’t contain illegal additives

Red Bull: China vitamin drinks don’t contain illegal additives

Red Bull cans.











Red Bull stated that its energy drinks don’t contain additives unauthorized by the Chinese government, according to a statement on the company’s website.










“The food and drug authorities of the northern city of Harbin issued on Feb. 11 a report saying that Red Bull drinks don’t contain illegal additives,” Red Bull said in the statement.













Red Bull filed evidence and materials to the Harbin government before the report, according to the statement.









“Carrefour SA removed all Red Bull drinks from its shelves nationwide pending government test results on the products,” said a Beijing-based official at Carrefour, who asked not to be identified because of company policy.