Google is launching an experiment in fruit drinks aimed at combating the popularity of a deadly new strain of the mexican strawberry.
The “Dragon Fruit” taste-matching drink will be available on Google Play and the App Store for $5.99 per 12-ounce bottle in the United States, with more availability in Europe.
The product is named after the dragon fruit drink popular in Asia, and is reportedly a new fruit drink from China that has been found to cause severe damage to fruit and vegetables.
Google is calling the Dragon Fruit “the world’s first fruit juice flavor that tastes more natural and balanced.”
The company is also introducing a new “Dragon Juice” in the U.S. that tastes “better and more like real juice,” according to the company.
The Dragon Fruit will not be available to purchase directly on the Google Play store.
The Dragon Fruit is not a fruit drink and is not considered to be an “in-house product,” said Google spokesperson Jodie Stevens.
The drink was initially created in China and was produced in a factory in the country, but is now produced by a small team of Chinese engineers.
The company has been working on the drink for months, and the new Dragon Fruit has been approved by the FDA for human consumption.
It’s unclear how the Dragon fruit taste matches the strawberry flavor.
The FDA has issued a warning to consumers about the “dangerous and highly toxic” effects of Dragon Fruit, and said that the drink could cause serious and sometimes fatal adverse reactions in people over the age of 18.
The agency warned that Dragon Fruit could cause a variety of serious health problems, including cancer, and that it could cause severe burns.
Drinking too much fruit can also be dangerous.
According to the FDA, people who drink more than 20 ounces of fruit juice a day have an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and people who consume more than 5.4 cups of fruit a day could have an increase in risk of heart attack and stroke.
Drink more fruit, Google said in a statement.
“This is a product we created to bring you back to the real world and help you get healthy again.
We’re so excited to share this with you, and to see what you think about it.
Be sure to get it while you can!”
Google has already partnered with Dr. Bronner’s to sell a limited number of Dragon Fruits in the first three weeks of March.
The Google Play version of the Dragon Fruit will be free for a limited time.
The other flavors of the drink will go on sale at a later date.
The drink is expected to be available in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin.
Google has not yet released pricing information for the U:S.
release of the product.