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No more wings for Jordanians

If you used to have the big huge dragon wings given by RedBull, you should consider some other cocktail now



AMMAN - The Jordan Food and Drug Administration (JFDA) on Thursday ordered Red Bull’s agent to suspend the import of Red Bull Cola and withdraw all Red Bull products from the market, an administration official said.
JFDA Director Mohammad Rawashdeh said the decision was made following reports in Germany claiming the energy drink contains a trace amount of cocaine.

Whenever we receive reports from any country regarding the withdrawal of a product from the market and we have it in Jordan, we do the same until we conduct the required tests,” Rawashdeh told The Jordan Times on Thursday.



but does that mean that they will conduct a test and publish the result on some daily newspaper? or are they going to take the German tests for granted? didn't they cause two world wars according to some historical views?


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