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The FDA Investigates Caffeine in Snacks
(NEW YORK) -- Americans crave their caffeine, with many often admitting they can't begin their daily routine without a morning cup of coffee. Energy drinks and products, popular among teens and adults alike, line store shelves.
Now, regular snack foods like popcorn and chewing gum promise an extra jolt from caffeine. But are they safe?
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