Harvard Health Letter

Caffeine caution: Watch for surprising sources

Caffeine is showing up in non-natural places such as snacks, energy bars, meal replacements, and other processed foods. It's listed on food labels only when it is added to a food. If it occurs naturally in an ingredient, caffeine will not be listed.

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