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Health Canada Completes Safety Assessment Of Caffeine Use In Non-Cola Beverages
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share this: science, Health Canada has authorized broader use of caffeine as a food additive from cola-type beverages to all carbonated soft drinks. Health Canada has llc.cite this source roget's ii: the new vocabulary that adding synthetic caffeine to non-cola soft drinks in concentrations no higher than 150 parts per million (ppm) poses no health risk to consumers when they follow Health Canada's recommendations for maximum daily caffeine intake. The authorized heedfulness for non-cola beverages is lower than the maximum of 200 ppm authorized under the Food and Drug Regulations for cola beverages...
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