South Korea bans coffee in schools — even among teachers

 South Korea will introduce a new law banning the sale of coffee in schools across the country in a bid to keep students from consuming too much caffeine.The ban will apply across school premises, meaning everyone — including teachers — will be unable to buy caffeinated drinks.The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety hopes the ban will help children foster healthier food habits after cases of students consuming excess levels of caffeine during exam periods, with children often facing intense academic pressure, an official from the ministry told alhuria.

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