“[The cooler] doesn’st separate itself well, at all,” Andrew Murie, chief executive officer of MADD Canada, told the news agency. “These are products you have to watch very carefully. They can give you a bad experience. If you’sre not an experienced drinker then whoomp, all of a sudden, you’sre really drunk and bad things can happen,” he said.
On the other hand, Susan Harrison, communications co-ordinator for the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission, maintains that the new beverage was approved for sale because it’s sold in MLCC stores and not in convenience or grocery stores.
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