Starbucks Nutrition Info
It’s not just about caffeine. All Starbucks products are made from great, fresh-tasting ingredients.
Whether you’re counting calories, watching your fat, caffeine or sugar intake, or looking for more fibre or protein, you need about Starbucks food and drink.
Want to know how much caffeine is in your cappuccino, or what the protein content is in our food? Here you’ll find the nutritional facts behind the Starbucks food and beverages you love. So now you’ll know what you’re getting along with all that flavour.
Beverage Nutritional Information
Food Nutritional Information
Free Range Egg Products - UpdateAt Starbucks we only use free range eggs in our products.
The government has advised that all free range hens need to be temporarily housed in barns for their welfare.
We are committed to our free range farmers, and hens will be allowed to return outdoors as soon as it is safe to do so. For further information please find our FAQs on this issue here.
Health and wellnessWe have updated our customer information so you can see where beverages include added sugar, as well as the sugars that occur naturally in milk and fruit. For example, milk contains just under 5% natural sugar (lactose), so in your tall latte there is 13g (about 3 teaspoons) of natural sugar originating from the milk. Added sugar is the sugar that is added to foods and drinks which is not naturally occurring (e.g. milk and fruit)
Find out our advice for enjoying lighter options of your favourite beverages.
Let us know how we can help further. If you have questions or comments about this guide, please contact our Customer Care team. Either call us on 020 8834 5050 or send an email to email@example.com