How is caffeine made?
Most of the caffeine in soft drinks comes from factories in China. Naturally extracted caffeine is burned out from heated-up coffee beans. But most of the caffeine used in soft drinks is actually synthetically produced in Chinese pharmaceutical plants.
Caffeine naturally occurs in the berries, seeds, and leaves of around 60 plant species.
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