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Serving coffee to students

Coffee and coffee-style drinks contain caffeine and there are no clear guidelines around a safe level of caffeine consumption for children and adolescents.

Caffeine is not necessary for growth and development and it can interfere with calcium absorption, therefore it’s best to avoid caffeinated drinks during childhood and adolescence while bones are developing.

We’ve put together a simple fact sheet to help you determine if and how to serve coffee in the school setting.

This resource was developed as part of the Healthier Tuckshops program funded by the Queensland Government through Health and Wellbeing Queensland.
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