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Liquor Makers Accused of Adding Viagra to Booze in China

Monday, 03 Aug 2015 02:51 PM

Chinese authorities are investigating two liquor distillers suspected of adding impotence treatment drug Viagra to their liquor.

In the latest in a series of China food-safety scares, the Liuzhou Food and Drug Administration said that it had found the Guikun Alcohol Plant and the Deshun Alcohol Plant in Guangxi's Liuzhou city were putting Sildenafil ( Viagra) into three of their baijiu products, Fox News reports.

Baijiu is a high-end grain liquor.

Authorities have confiscated 5,357 bottles of the suspect products and a batch of white powder labeled Sildenafil, according to a statement posted by the Liuzhou Food and Drug Administration on its Website.

The products were marketed as having health-preserving qualities, it said.

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