In a bid to prevent students from consuming too much caffeine, the South Korean government is set to introduce legislation banning the sale of coffee in schools across the country.
Once the ban is implemented, students, as well as teachers on school premises, will no longer be able to buy all types of caffeinated drinks. Energy drinks and other beverages with a high amount of caffeine have previously been banned in schools.
Get a caffeine buzz and a tasty snack all in one thanks to Japan’s Snow Brand Coffee Soft, a butter-like spread that can be used on bread, toast, cakes and other treats.
The sweet and creamy new product is set to make its debut in stores across Japan on March 1 as part of the 55th anniversary of Megmilk Snow Brand Company’s coffee drink.
Coffee lovers may be wondering why their iced coffee is pricier than their hot coffee.
Summer is around the corner and coffee drinkers are more likely to order that iced cold coffee than their usual hot latte. Those who need a daily dose of caffeine may be wise to allot a budget for their coffee addiction because iced coffee can cost as much as 60% more than hot coffee.
A few years ago three friends were discussing the idea of a possible cure for the dreaded hangover when they came up with the idea for a product called Steem, a caffeinated peanut butter.
Andrew Brach, Keith Barnofski and Chris Pettazzoni were discussing banana bread and peanut butter sandwiches topped with bacon as a hangover cure when they had the epiphany to combine caffeine with peanut butter, according to CNN Money.
Many of us can’t start our days without a piping hot cup of joe. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee in the morning alone seems to kick the senses into gear.
Which is why it’s so surprising that, according to science, drinking coffee in the morning is less than ideal. In fact, it’s downright disadvantageous.