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Cocaine found in juice

This article was originally published in Foodnews

COCAINE has been discovered in both the bottle and contents of suspect Tahitian Noni juice, tests carried out by the Spanish National Institute of Toxicology have revealed. The toxic juice had caused the death of a man in Oigifares, Spain (FOODNEWS 8 February). The US-based company Tahitian Noni, which exports the product, announced last week that drug smugglers may have been the culprits of the contamination. The Spanish police force, conducting the investigation, does not reject this hypothesis.

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