GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Chocolate Caffeine Content Statistics

The average caffeine content in a 1 oz serving of dark chocolate is approximately 20 milligrams.

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"An 8-ounce cup of hot chocolate contains approximately 5 mg of caffeine."

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"A 100-gram dark chocolate bar with 70-85% cacao contains an average of 80 mg of caffeine."

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"Milk chocolate has less caffeine, with about 20 mg for a 100-gram bar."

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"White chocolate contains negligible amount of caffeine."

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"A chocolate covered coffee bean contains approximately 12 mg of caffeine."

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"A 1oz serving of cocoa powder contains around 12 mg of caffeine."

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"Chocolate candy bars have an average of 9 milligrams of caffeine."

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"Avid chocolate eaters get just around 10% of their daily caffeine intake from chocolate."

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"Dark chocolate has more caffeine than green tea, but less than a cup of coffee."

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"Dark chocolate with higher percentages of cacao contains more caffeine."

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"Chocolate milk contains approximately 4-5 mg of caffeine per 8-ounce serving."

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"Scharffen Berger 82 percent extra-dark chocolate bars contain about 25 mg caffeine per 37-gram serving."

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"A serving of chocolate pudding contains about 4 mg of caffeine."

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"A 1.55-ounce Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar contains about 9 mg of caffeine."

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"A 1-ounce shot of chocolate liqueur contains approximately 4-6 mg of caffeine."

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"A bar of dark chocolate provides about 12% of the daily recommended intake of caffeine for an adult."

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"A 50-gram bar of milk chocolate contains anywhere from 1-15 mg of caffeine."

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"3 Musketeers chocolate bar contains less than 4 mg of caffeine."

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