Panera Bread’s Charged Lemonade linked to second death in lawsuit

Posted on AllSides December 5th, 2023
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A Florida man died after drinking three servings of a heavily caffeinated beverage from Panera Bread, according to a lawsuit filed against the company on Monday. It is the second lawsuit linking the beverage, Charged Lemonade, to a death. Dennis Brown, 46, died in October after suffering a “cardiac event” while walking home from a Panera Bread in Fleming Island, Fla., according to the wrongful-death lawsuit, which was filed by Brown’s mother, sister and brother in Superior Court in Delaware. It is the second lawsuit filed against Panera Bread over...

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