WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has notified nearly 30 manufacturers of caffeine-infused malt beverages that the agency intends to investigate the safety and legality of their products. The companies have 30 days to respond with studies, and other supporting evidence. The move comes a year after the nation's largest brewers, Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors, voluntarily agreed to stop making their brands of caffeine-laced malt beverages, Tilt and Bud Extra, and Sparks. The ...

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