Caffeinated Cracker Jacks To Debut

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Caffeinated Cracker Jacks To Debut

Marketed to adults, Cracker Jack’d Power Bites—a spin-off of the classic snack—will be sold in 2-ounce packages that contain as much caffeine as two cans of cola, prompting consumer groups to warn of safety risks, particularly for children. What do you think?

  • “Finally, a Cracker Jack adults like me can eat without fear of embarrassment.”

    Townsend Eddings
    Compliance Director
  • “Great. You have no idea how much regular Cracker Jack it takes to get the amount of caffeine that’s in two cans of soda.”

    Tommy Chun
    Back Seam Stitcher
  • “My kids will not be allowed near those things. Unless they start whining, because I can’t stand that.”

    Kathleen Knowlton
    Cardiac Sonographer