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Coffee contains between 75 and 150 mg of caffeine per 250 ml (8 oz) cup, depending on the roasting strength and other factors. It is difficult to measure the nutritional content of coffee, because it varies according to many things. Generally, the darker the coffee is roasted, the less c… see more
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Thank you for your question
Coffee contains between 75 and 150 mg of caffeine per 250 ml (8 oz) cup, depending on the roasting strength and other factors. It is difficult to measure the nutritional content of coffee, because it varies according to many things. Generally, the darker the coffee is roasted, the less caffeine it contains.
Almost all decaffeinated coffees still contain some caffeine. The international standard by which decaffeinated coffee is characterized is by having at least 97% of the caffeine removed. Decaf coffee should fall somewhere in the range of 2 to 4 mg per 250 ml (8 oz) cup. For more detailed information, we recommend contacting the roaster directly.
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Hi
Thank you for your question
Coffee contains between 75 and 150 mg of caffeine per 250 ml (8 oz) cup, depending on the roasting strength and other factors. It is difficult to measure the nutritional content of coffee, because it varies according to many things. Generally, the darker the coffee is roasted, the less caffeine it contains.
Almost all decaffeinated coffees still contain some caffeine. The international standard by which decaffeinated coffee is characterized is by having at least 97% of the caffeine removed. Decaf coffee should fall somewhere in the range of 2 to 4 mg per 250 ml (8 oz) cup. For more detailed information, we recommend contacting the roaster directly.
I received this information from keurig.com

Stone Lain Official
Seller · August 22, 2016
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