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BOSTON (CBS) — There’s a new product on the market and it has health officials worried.
The alcohol-infused whipped cream on the shelves of liquor stores in Massachusetts is 15 percent alcohol.
WBZ News Radio’s Carl Stevens talks with college students about the product.
It comes in flavors like chocolate, caramel, and vanilla.
The general manager of a store in Boston’s South End says he can’t keep the product on the shelves, and people who buy it tend to be older than the Four Loko crowd.
Each can costs $14.
WBZ-TV’s David Robichaud reports.