Panera Bread’s Charged Lemonade Blamed For Second Death

  • A lawsuit filed on Monday attributes a second death to Panera Bread’s highly caffeinated Charged Lemonade.
  • Dennis Brown of Fleming Island, Florida, reportedly consumed three Charged Lemonades from a local Panera on October 9 and subsequently experienced a fatal cardiac arrest on his way home, as stated in the lawsuit.
  • The legal complaint mentions that Brown, 46, had an unspecified chromosomal deficiency disorder, a developmental delay, and a mild intellectual disability. Despite living independently and often visiting Panera after supermarket shifts, he refrained from energy drinks due to high blood pressure.