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Owned BYU Adding Caffeinated Soda To Dining Menus

24 September 2017

"Despite what was reported, the Church revelation spelling out health practices (Doctrine and Covenants 89) does not mention the use of caffeine".

Whether it's been an espresso-laced coffee or a cold Coca-Cola, caffeinated drinks have fueled campuses for decades.

"It will be on campus today", BYU spokeswoman Carri Jenkins said.

The same can't be said of the university's campus in Rexburg.

"Until more recently, Dining Services rarely received requests for caffeinated soda".

And students seem pretty excited.

In a telephone interview, Whiteley said the change could impact views among Mormons about caffeine. "I am so happy". Officials said the change is based on student requests, is not financially motivated and does not change the university's exclusive contract with Coca-Cola Co.

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"I think it's a step in the right direction because I think it will lead to more acceptance and less judgment and I think if you judge you can't love", Simons says.

The university decided in the mid 1950s they would not sell caffeinated soft drinks and haven't since.until today. At the time, Romney was known to imbibe Diet Coke on the trail, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. However, the post said it does prohibit "hot drinks", specifically coffee and tea.

Non-caffeinated sodas will continue to be offered, but not highly caffeinated "energy drinks". "It's nice to see her service would no longer be needed".

"Did I just buy the first-ever caffeinated Coke Zero Sugar sold in #BYU's Wilkinson Student Center?" he tweeted.

In a video on the company's Facebook page, owner Wesley Monahan says the most common question he gets is, "Is it legal?"

The change on campus is so historic it necessitated a Q&A briefing with the director of dining services. But the dining halls will only sell Coca Cola products.

Owned BYU Adding Caffeinated Soda To Dining Menus