Reader’s Corner:Decaffeinated drinks:

Does the decaffeinating process make drinks unsafe to drink? Yes, they aren’t great because the process involves the use of solvents, the residues of which are more toxic than the caffeine it is removing, explains a spokesman from Clipper, which supplies organic teas. The only way round the problem is to buy organic decaffeinated tea or coffee, as these have gone through a process that involves just water and carbon dioxide.

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