Caffeine Content Verification and Sources


Where do we get our data, and how do we ensure its accuracy?

Important: Before publishing, it's crucial to authenticate all caffeine content details.

Our verification process is straightforward yet diligent:

  1. We select a product we're interested in featuring.
  2. We consult the manufacturer’s official website for caffeine information.
  3. If the website lacks caffeine details, we directly contact the manufacturer.
  4. We cross-reference with reputable organizations like the FDA for added confirmation. Only after these thorough checks do we include the product details in our caffeine database.

While our method may not appear to be overly complex, it does require careful attention and patience to navigate through each of the steps manually.

Additional references:

  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA):
    The FDA periodically provides information and guidance on caffeine consumption and its effects on health.
  • European Food Safety Authority (EFSA):
    EFSA has conducted assessments on caffeine and provides guidelines for its safe consumption.
  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) - Dietary Supplement Label Database:
    The DSLD offers information on labeled ingredients in marketed dietary supplements, which may include caffeine.
  • World Health Organization (WHO):
    WHO occasionally publishes research and guidelines related to caffeine and health.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
    The CDC sometimes provides information on caffeine, especially in the context of workplace health and safety.
  • National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) - PubMed:
    PubMed is a database of scientific studies. By searching for caffeine-related research, you can get accurate scientific data on caffeine contents and effects.