Tim Horton's Case Study

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Many university and college campuses in Ontario have a Tim Hortons coffee shop on campus and students as part of their meal plan have the ability to access food, snacks and of course coffee. A medium coffee from Tim Horton’s has 205 milligrams of caffeine; add a shot of espresso and that brings the number up to 250 milligrams caffeine (Tim Hortons, 2015). It is not surprising that a student having a cup of coffee in the morning, one in the afternoon and one in the evening to help with homework is well in their way to being physically and psychologically dependant on caffeine. There are many energy drinks available that contain caffeine; Red Bull for instance contains 80 milligrams of caffeine in 250 milliliter can, whilst a Monster energy
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