FDA plans to study caffeine-added food

04/29/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Wrigley's launch of Alert Energy Caffeine Gum is spurring the FDA to examine how children are affected by food with added caffeine. "Children and adolescents may be exposed to caffeine beyond those foods in which caffeine is naturally found and beyond anything FDA envisioned when it made the determination regarding caffeine in cola," said Michael Taylor, deputy commissioner for foods and veterinary medicine.

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