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You can look at and compare all the nutritional information you could imagine on the starbucks website. You can calculate drinks by changing the type of milk, sizes, extras, etc. It's very cool. You can do this for beverages and food.

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Thanks for the information, Rachel!

I went out and found the link directly to the Starbucks nutrition facts page. I've posted it here for other readers: Starbucks nutrition facts

Maria VUcheva

I can't agree with you more that Starbucks products are not very healthy. In fact, having a coffee there is like having a huge meal. You get all the Carb, Sugars, Fats, and protein for the whole day just in one drink. Also, I think milk is very bad so it should be at least substituted with soy milk.


Hey, just stumbled on your site while looking for chantico nutrition facts. Congrats on all the great info and accessible writing.

A couple of notes:
You might also want to note just how awful the frappacinos are. I used to down one of those delicious java chip frappachinos drinks weekly, until I learned that that a 16 ounce size with whipped cream has 510 calories and 15 grams of saturated fat! Much of that does come from the cream, but still...! To compare, a McDonald's Quarter Pounder with Cheese has 510 calories and 10 grams of saturated fat. Who knew that a tasty coffee drink had more calories and saturated fat than a large burger?!

Oh, and one more thing: I also have Health and Food topics over on my blog :)

Sugar Free -Non Fat...Starbucks Fan

Down on Starbucks?? Try a Sugar Free - Non Fat Latte.
It is NOT Starbuks( or anybody else) job to police our eating /drinking habits.
It is totally up to you to make a good healthy choice and fight obesity for you and your family. I have found many good NON-Fat Sugar Free options at Starbucks.


I really want to know- what sort of sweetener do they use in their sugar-free things?? splenda? something scarier?


Starbucks sugar free syrups are sweetened with sucralose (splenda), and I agree with adam...make a wise choice ppl - eg, a tall (12oz)skinny mocha has only 90 calories,0 fat grams, and provides 30% daily rec calcium and 9 grams protien


Pop is more dangerous because it uses high fructose corn syrup as a sweetener which the body does not metabolize and it turns to fat... although regular refined sugar is not good either it is much better than its chemical counterpart.

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Good god))) what you supposed to find? that they are all absolutely normal?)) this is true about all fast food places)) Try some natural coffee instead -Italian or French))
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sugar is bad for our body. Coca-Cola is a very harmful product


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