A molecular scientist from Durham, N.C., says he's developed a new breakfast alternative. It's a cross between donuts and coffee that Robert Bohannon calls "Buzz Donuts." He has yet to be awarded a patent, but tells Associated Press he hopes companies like Starbucks and Krispy Kreme will be interested. "Buzzed Bagels" are also in the works.
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A molecular scientist from Durham, North Carolina, says he's developed a new breakfast alternative - a cross between donuts and coffee in one convenient package. It's Buzz donuts, full of caffeine. Buzz bagels are also in the works. Inventor Robert Bohannon has yet to get a patent, but he tells AP he's hoping companies like Starbucks and Krispy Kreme will be interested. Needless to say, health experts are alarmed.
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