10 Things That Probably Didn’t Need to Be Caffeinated

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HI THERE HELLO, CAFFEINE HERE.
HI THERE HELLO, CAFFEINE HERE.

Coffee is such a chore: You have to walk to the office kitchen to pour it, or perhaps endure the tedious ritual of inserting a pod into a machine, pressing a button, and waiting. Who has time for that? Don’t worry — food manufacturers get you. That’s why they’ve added caffeine to the things you eat and drink throughout the day — it saves you time and bladder space! But good luck trying to sleep.

Photo: Get Up and Go

Granola

Get Up and Go’s convenient “shooter” packaging helps you slam its hearty, caffeinated grains to jump-start your day.

Photo: Steem

Peanut Butter

Steem’s caffeinated peanut butter will turn your PB-and-banana into an aggressive second breakfast.

Photo: Avitae

Water

You need to stay hydrated, but what fun is regular water? Avitae to the rescue.

Photo: Perky Jerky

Jerky

Perky Jerky’s marinade contains guarana to give your prelunch snack a kick.

Photo: Jolt

Gum

Jolt Gum will freshen your breath and make you nice and jittery before your 1 p.m. meeting.

Photo: Energy Gummi Bears

Gummy Bears

When the midafternoon slump hits, all a girl really wants is gummies. The demonic Harry Potter bear will be you in a few minutes.

Photo: Mio

Water Enhancer

Thirsty? Refill your Avitae bottle and add a few drops of Mio Energy.

Photo: Doublekick

Hot Sauce

Ordering dinner from your favorite Mexican place that gives you way too much food? Double Kick hot sauce promises to “keep a food coma at bay.”

Photo: Viter Energy

Mints

An after-dinner mint for the modern, busy woman.

Photo: Awake Chocolate

Chocolate

The perfect dessert for when you have several episodes of Empire to catch up on.

10 Things That Didn’t Need to Be Caffeinated