There's new concern about a product being sold for a quick high.
FOX's Paul Stevens reports:
Senator Chuck Schumer sending a letter to the Food and Drug Administration, urging them to look into a "snortable chocolate" powder being sold as a way to get a "euphoric energy" rush.
The New York Democrat asking the FDA to investigate the use of caffeine in inhalable-food-products such as so-called "Coco Loko" marketed as 'raw cacao snuff,' including powder made from cacao beans. The purest form of chocolate, containing some caffeine.
"Coco Loko" also includes common energy-drink ingredients.
Paul Stevens, FOX News.