I saw that article yesterday and got a lot of good laughs out of it.
The funny thing is, the media and federal regulatory agencies SHOULD be up in arms about companies pandering these products to kids, but they're up in arms for the wrong reasons.
The tactic that they're currently taking is that taking a carb/protein/caffeine 'supplement' is going to inspire kids to go straight to steroids. As if even kids are unable to distinguish between a compound that is pushed on them legally from every venue and drugs that are, however safe or unsafe, useful or detrimental they might, illegal and demonized by the media.
The tactic they SHOULD be taking is that there is NO quality control. Most companies, and the one in question in particular, peddle products that are little more than corn syrup, soy protein isolate, and caffeine. If the regulatory agencies did the job they should be doing, Biotest would not be the only high-profile source of high-quality supplements that don't taste like shag carpet.