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10 foods and drinks you didn’t know contain caffeine

Chocolate: Dark chocolate contains a small amount of caffeine, which can vary depending on the cocoa content.

Decaf Coffee: While it's lower in caffeine than regular coffee, decaf still contains a small amount of caffeine.

Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt: Some brands add coffee or coffee extract to their ice cream and frozen yogurt flavors, which can contain caffeine.

Energy Bars and Snacks: Some energy bars and snacks contain added caffeine for an energy boost.

Sodas and Colas: Certain sodas and colas, including some root beer brands, contain caffeine.

Pain Relievers: Some pain relievers, such as Excedrin, contain caffeine to help boost the effectiveness of the medication.

Weight Loss Supplements: Some weight loss supplements contain caffeine to help increase metabolism and energy levels.

Hot Cocoa Mix: Some hot cocoa mixes contain small amounts of caffeine, especially those with added chocolate.

Flavored Water: Some flavored water brands contain added caffeine for an energy boost.

Breath Fresheners: Some breath fresheners, such as mints and gums, contain caffeine for a quick pick-me-up.