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Philippines Monitoring Stores for Red Bull.

5 JUne 2009 - The Bureau of Food and Drugs of the Philippines said this morning that it have started monitoring markets and stores for Red Bull energy drinks.

According to the Bureau's Director Leticia Gutierrez, inspection teams are taking samples of the bottled drink from stores. So far they have found that the stocks came from Thailand

Yesterday, the government of the Philippines advised the public to temporarily refrain from drinking Red Bull after some of its products in Germany tested positive for cocaine.
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