The Wild World of Caffeinated Snacks

Staff Writer
Yes, you can eat your caffeine

HellaWella

Caffeine fixes you eat, not drink.

With the myriad caffeinated products on store shelves these days, there’s hardly any need for coffee. Everything from jerky and sunflower seeds to waffles and ice cream is offering a buzz, boasting a full cup of coffee's worth of caffeine (or more!). Because of this influx of new products and their potential appeal to children, the Food and Drug Administration is evaluating their safety and how to best regulate the changing market.

While the FDA ponders the safety of some ridiculously caffeinated products, we thought we’d take a look at some of the products currently providing consumers with a caffeine kick. And while some of these look like good ideas, others are probably too much to handle.

Melissa Valliant, HellaWella

 

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