Caffeine in Food
Caffeine in edibles: including mints, gum, chocolates, candies, medications, and tablets.
These items are now discontinued: 4Ever Fit Caffeine Tablets Alka-Seltzer Wake-up Call AMP Energy Gum Appress Appetite Suppressant Bawls Mints Blitz Energy Gum Butterfinger Buzz Caffeinall Caffeinated Brownies Caffeinated Granola Caffeinated Maple Bacon Lollipop Caffeinated Smart Cookie ChocoMallows CoffeeMallows Cracker Jack'D Power Bites Crunk!!! Energy Stix Crystal Light Energy Candy Destim Green and Clear Diablo Energy Strips E Fact Energy Ed Hardy Chocolate Rocks Ed Hardy King Dog Energy Mints Engobi Go Fast! Energy Gum Godiva Belgian Blends Headshot Energy Bar Hydrive Energy Chews JavaMallows Joe Buzz Caffeine Pouch KickBrix Energy Chews Kickbutt Amped Energy Ballz Koru Instant Energy Strips Lake FX Energy Gummies Lightning Rods LiveWire Energy Chews Mini Thin Rush Gum MintMallows MoccaMallows Morning Spark Energy Instant Oatmeal MPower Energy Mints Non Stop Lollipops NRage Energy Strips NRG Potato Chips One a Day Weight Smart Advantage Oral Fixation Night Light Mints Outburst Energy Bites Peak Energy Mints Peak Performance Caplets Pep-Back Recharge Caplets Peppgum sticks Pit Bull Energy Bar Power Energy Toothpaste Pure Energy EPH-25 RageQuitRelief Re-load Energy Spray Reload Energy Strips Revive Energy Mints Revivo Energy Chews Rockstar Energy Gum Shock a Lots Chocolate Coffee Beans Spot On Energy Patch Starbucks Frappuccino Bar Stay Puft Caffeinated Marshmallows Study Buddy Sumseeds Super Caps Xtreme Theazine Energy Supplement ThinkGum Uber Cube Umph Tablets VE 2 Energy Gum VoJo Energy Mints Wide Awake Energy Mints Wired Waffles Yellow Subs Xtreme
More caffeine amounts?
Drill down into even more comprehensive caffeine charts.
Branded and Outlet Coffee
Each of these shows the entire coffee menu, with all caffeine amounts we could find. These lists are constantly revised and updated as we interact with each manufacturer.
Caffeinated Food and Candy
There are a surprising number of foods and medications that contain caffeine. Also many workout supplements have extremely high levels of caffeine.
Caffeine in Tea
Tea has caffeine, but at much lower levels than coffee.
There are many white-label, or in-store labels of soft drink that contain caffeine.
Where Do You Find the Caffeine Levels?
From the nutrition label, or directly contacting the manufacturer. We also monitor lab tests published in peer-reviewed journals. Click an individual item for more details (see citations here). If you believe any of these amounts are incorrect please contact us so we can rectify.
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