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Swedish food authority decides against age limit for energy drinks

Young people get their caffeine intake elsewhere, the administration found.

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The Swedish National Food Administration has investigated the issue of energy drink sales to children and has decided not to go ahead with an age limit. The reason for this is they found that young people are not large consumers of energy drinks.


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