FDA considers regulating food products that have added caffeine

04/30/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

The Food and Drug Administration is noting the increased use of caffeine in foods such as gum, potato chips and waffles, and is considering at least a warning-label regulation. "What we're finding disturbing is this progression of caffeination of the food environment. There may be a need to impose some limits on the amount of caffeine in certain products," said Michael Taylor, FDA deputy commissioner for food.

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