Coffee's caffeine levels higher at some retail locations

A study from the University of Florida College of Medicine examined the caffeine content of coffee at several specialty coffee shops and found a wide range of coffee strengths. A 16-ounce serving of coffee at Starbucks had 259 milligrams of caffeine compared to 143 milligrams in the same size of coffee from Dunkin Donuts; decaffeinated coffees all contained measurable levels of caffeine, though all were less than 18 milligrams per 16-ounce cup.

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