Coffee banned in schools across South Korea

by International | 30-08-2018 | 547 views

Vending machines and snack kiosks in schools across South Korea will stop selling all coffee products by September 14. The ban is part of a campaign to discourage consumption of food and drinks high in calories or caffeine. The ban follows media reports of some students suffering dizziness, increased heartbeat, sleep disorders and nervousness after drinking coffee. Many students consume coffee or energy drinks to stay alert to study in an effort to excel in South Korea’s highly competitive and demanding education system.

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