No More Joe? South Korea To Ban Coffee In Schools

Many of us rely on coffee to get us through the busy work day- could you imagine a day without it? In South Korea, that's soon becoming a reality for schools across the country. The government is banning coffee from being sold in schools, including to teachers, starting September 14th. Officials claim that students are too reliant on caffeine to make it through the country's competitive school system. South Korea has made measures in the past to promote healthy eating among students and teens, including previous bans on foods that were "deemed low in nutrition". Read more here: Extra Crispy

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