Starbucks Nutrition Facts - What to Order & Avoid

Starbucks Nutrition Facts - What to Order & Avoid


Starbucks offers a variety of beverages, including coffee, hot food items, bakery items, and prepackaged snacks. Nutrition information is available online and on the menu at most locations.

The menu at Starbucks offers lots of nutritionally balanced options for meals and snacks, including beans, whole grains, and veggies.

When ordering a Starbucks drink, try to order a smaller size to reduce added calories, fat, and sugar.

At Starbucks, you can customize your order to reduce the calories, fat, or sugar in a particular drink. Many popular flavors are available in sugar-free forms, and you can also order an unsweetened beverage and add sweet

Starbucks offers many nutritious options, but the most nutritious food is the egg white and roasted red pepper sous vide egg bites.

Starbucks' hot coffee drink selection is vast, from Americanos to flat whites and lattes to cappuccinos. If you want to reduce the calorie, fat, and sugar content of popular espresso drinks, ask for the 'skinny' versions

Starbucks offers brewed coffee options with 5 calories, 0g fat, 0g saturated fat, 0g carbohydrates, 1g protein, and 10mg sodium.

The seasonal peppermint white chocolate mocha provides the most calories and sugar, so consider ordering the regular white chocolate mocha or a blonde vanilla latte instead.

The chai tea latte at Starbucks is the highest calorie tea drink and provides 240 calories, 4.5g total fat, 2g saturated fat, 45g carbohydrate, 8g protein, 42g sugar, and 115mg sodium.

Starbucks offers a variety of hot beverages including hot chocolate, hot cider, and steamed milk. These beverages contain lots of sugar and are best enjoyed periodically in the smallest available size with no toppings.

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