CLEVELAND — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown is urging the FDA to ban the sale of powdered caffeine.
A single teaspoon of pure caffeine contains about the same amount as in 25 cups of coffee.
Logan Stiner, a senior at Keystone High School in LaGrange, died three days before his high school graduation after taking too much of the substance.
Before May 27, 2014 Kate and Dennis Stiner say they never heard of powdered caffeine. But since that time they don’t go a day without thinking of it.
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