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South Korea is banning coffee in all of its schools

Coffee was previously exempt from laws surrounding caffeine consumption in schools. Image: REUTERS/Osman Orsal

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Coffee beans are seen as they are being packed for export in Medan, Indonesia's North Sumatra province April 25, 2013. A lower coffee export volume from Vietnam, the world's largest robusta producer, plus delayed shipment in rival robusta producer Indonesia, could push up prices due to tighter supply in the coming weeks. Indonesia and Vietnam account for nearly a quarter of the world's coffee output.
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