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Monster Beverage Corp. will include caffeine content on its energy drink labels because it no longer wants to be considered a dietary supplement, and instead will adhere to Food and Drug Administration guidelines for conventional foods.

The switch comes after a wrongful death lawsuit filed last fall against Monster Energy, which plagued the company

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All I can say is it's about time.

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I don't drink energy drinks, but I have noticed people who I know do seem agitated and anxious after downing one. If I am going to trash an organ, I'll stick to alcohol.

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They should put warning labels on them.

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They already are considered a soft drink over here, and have to post their caffeine content.

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I've always seen them list the caffeine content. Unless they are talking about something more?

Unless I'm remembering different brands, but I think Monster was one of them that listed it's caffeine amount.

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