Susanne Kuehne, Decernis
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An Unwelcome Message In A Bottle

By Susanne Kuehne
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Susanne Kuehne, Decernis

Adulterated alcoholic beverages caused more than two-dozen deaths.

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Adulterated alcohol continues to pose serious risks to health and even life of consumers. In this latest case from the Dominican Republic, more than two dozen people have died from methanol poisoning due to a low-cost illegally made drink, and from fake brand-named products. Businesses associated with the scams were raided and closed, and arrests were made. Officials keep warning against the consumption of illegally manufactured alcoholic beverages.

Resource

  1. News Desk. (April 10, 2021). “Deaths in Dominican Republic linked to tainted alcohol”. Food Safety News.

 

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