A new redline drink, called Redline Energy, has been made illegal in the UK, according to a new government report.
Redline is the company behind the popular Redline Power, which has been sold to a number of other UK food brands.
The product has been marketed in the United States and has been promoted as a way to help people live longer, according a report by the Food Standards Authority (FSA) on Thursday.
However, it is being banned in the US, Germany, France, Italy and Japan.
“The product is marketed to young people and has the potential to have an impact on the quality of life,” the FSA wrote.
“The FDA is taking the action due to the safety concerns raised by the marketing of the product.”
A spokesman for Redline told Engadgets that it is not a food product, but rather a “health drink”.
The spokesperson said the company had been notified of the ban by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
“We are working closely with the FDA on this matter and will comply with any enforcement action,” the spokesman said.
Redlines energy drink is made by Redline, a UK company that has been a mainstay in the health drinks market for over 20 years.
“Redline Energy drinks are manufactured by Red Line, which is the UK-based manufacturer of Redline power, Redline juice and Redline sports drink.”
They are marketed to a young audience in the U.K. through Redline-branded stores and online through Red Line’s social media accounts.
“As part of the approval process, the product was tested in the FDA-approved clinical trials for potential carcinogenicity and cardiovascular health benefits,” the spokesperson said.
The FDA said it was concerned by the risks posed by Redlines energy drinks.
“We consider this product to be potentially carcinogenic, as its ingredients have been shown to be carcinogenic in lab studies,” the agency said in a statement.
“We have also raised concerns about the safety of the drinks and the possible carcinogen effects that they may have on the human body.”
To date, the FDA has not approved any of Redlines products for human consumption.
“It is the latest setback for Redlines, which was spun off from the company founded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The company’s founder and CEO, David Blatt, was ousted as CEO in May 2016 after the US government accused the company of using deceptive advertising.
RedLine has denied using misleading advertising.