Health officials are warning travelers after reports of 7-Up bottles contaminated with methamphetamine found in Mexico. According to a press release from Banner Health, the contaminated bottles of 7-Up were consumed in Mexicali, Mexico and an investigation is underway to determine how the soda was contaminated. “It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and

show no signs of tampering,” Dr. Daniel Brooks said. “If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out.” “It is important to check that the seal for any food and drink consumed is still intact and show no signs of tampering,” Dr. Daniel Brooks said. “If you notice any difference in color, taste or smell, throw it out.” READ MORE