A second particular person has died after consuming Panera’s caffeinated “Charged Lemonade” drinks, which comprise caffeine ranges akin to sturdy espresso and are bought in cups as massive as 30 fluid ounces which can be free to refill.
In accordance with a lawsuit filed by members of the family Monday, 46-year-old Dennis Brown fell useless on a sidewalk from cardiac arrest whereas strolling house from a Panera in Florida on October 9. Earlier than he left the restaurant, he had ordered a Charged Lemonade and had two refills.
In September, school scholar Sarah Katz, 21, went into cardiac arrest after consuming a Charged Lemonade from a Panera in Philadelphia. Katz had a coronary heart situation known as lengthy QT syndrome kind 1 and had prevented power drinks due to it, based on a lawsuit filed in October by her household.
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