FDA mulls caffeine rules as more consumers crave kicked-up snacks

06/3/2013 | Washington Post, The

The Food and Drug Administration is considering how to regulate the growing number of new foods with added caffeine. Abraham Palmer, a University of Chicago researcher who studies how caffeine affects people, said, "It’s hard for me to understand why these newer formulations are causing such alarm. . . . I fear that maybe this is much ado about nothing."

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