BYU ending campus ban on caffeinated soft drinks

Posted September 24, 2017

At the time, a BYU spokeswoman stated that the rest of the school "has simply chosen not to sell caffeinated beverages on campus".

Students or visitors will no longer need to bring their own sodas onto the 33,000-student campus, Dean Wright, the school's director of dining services, said on the university's website. Smith's directive, focused on "hot drinks", predated the proliferation of soda drinking in the US, from manufacturers including Coke and its rival PepsiCo PEP, -0.68% Brigham Young, the school's namesake, was the second president of the Latter Day Saints.

Brigham Young University announced Thursday that it will start to sell caffeinated soft drinks on campus.

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has clarified over the years that caffeine is not prohibited for Mormons, but hot beverages like coffee and tea aren't allowed.

Shelby Slade covers community events, issues and stories for the Daily Herald. But the school has maintained its caffeine-free soda offering for decades - until now, after officials claim demand for the drinks have gone up.

BYU student Wesley Monahan, also known as "the caffeine dealer", owns Caffeine Corner. Caffeinated Coke products will be available through soda fountains and at vending machines across campus.

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"Did I just buy the first-ever caffeinated Coke Zero Sugar sold in #BYU's Wilkinson Student Center?" he tweeted. And for other caffeinated sodas that aren't part of the Coca-Cola brand.

BYU's soft-drink contract is with Coca-Cola.

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The university consistently resisted calls for a caffeinated campus, insisting its consumers did not want it.