The health authorities have confirmed that the bottles of noni fruit juice confiscated from the home of a man who died in Ogíjares, Granada province, last month contained a large amount of cocaine, and that quantities of the drug were found in the dead man’s body. A health alert was put out after the man’s death, and the Junta de Andalucía’s health councillor, María Jesús Montero, has once again called for anyone who may have similar bottles at home to avoid drinking it and to hand the bottles in to the regional health department in their province. The juice, called Tahitian Noni, is sold in one-litre glass bottles. It is manufactured by the Mexican company, Morinda.
LETHAL FRUIT JUICE CONTAINED COCAINE