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  1. What are the nutrition facts of La Boulange™ pastries? Are they high in fat and calories?
    We combine modest portion sizes with simple, fresh, high-quality ingredients to bring you a variety of options-from more indulgent treats to lighter bites with as few as 170 calories. La Boulange...
    Date Updated: 05/01/2013
  2. Where can I find nutritional information on Starbucks retail products?
    You can find out what goes into our beverages and fresh food items in our Nutrition section .  If you don’t find what you’re looking for there, click on our Contact Us page or give us...
    Date Updated: 05/01/2013
  3. Where can I find allergen information?
    Allergen information is not available online for our beverage selections at this time.  If you have an allergen concern, please feel free to ask our baristas to check the ingredient...
    Date Updated: 09/05/2012
  4. Why has the calorie count changed on many of your beverages?
    We're constantly reevaluating our beverage nutritional information in order to provide you with the most accurate information.
    Date Updated: 09/05/2012
  5. How do I reduce sugar in my beverage?
    You can use a sugar substitute like Splenda®. If your beverage contains syrup, opt for one of our sugar-free syrups. Or if you’re having one of our standard syrups, you can always ask for a little...
    Date Updated: 05/01/2013
  6. Why do some stores carry different menu items than my store?
    That's a good question.  There are a few reasons why.  Sometimes we try out new products and they are only available in a certain region.  Some regions offer different...
    Date Updated: 09/05/2012
  7. Why isn’t my drink listed on the menu?
    We make available all currently offered drinks. There may be some drinks that are no longer regularly available, but you should ask your barista.
    Date Updated: 09/05/2012
  8. How can I make my drink lower in fat?
    You can request your beverage be made with nonfat milk and ask the barista to hold the whipped cream.
    Date Updated: 09/05/2012
  9. Why doesn’t Starbucks offer almond milk?
    Starbucks is aware that many of our customers prefer their favorite beverages to be prepared with non-dairy milk options, including almond milk.  Through careful research and development...
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  10. Are your beverages kosher?
    No – although most of our beverage components are certified kosher.   Sorry, we are not able to prepare kosher beverages in our stores.
    Date Updated: 09/05/2012
  11. Why does the Sumatra Coconut Milk contain sugar?
    When looking for the right coconut milk, our priority was to identify a single origin coconut milk that is creamy, delicious and pairs perfectly with our espresso, and Frappuccino® beverages. Our...
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  12. Where is Sumatra Single Origin Coconut Milk available?
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  13. Is there an additional charge for Sumatra Coconut Milk instead of regular milk?
    Yes, there is a $.60 charge for Sumatra Coconut Milk, similar to soy milk.
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  14. Is Sumatra Coconut Milk non-GMO Project verified?
    Yes, Sumatra Coconut Milk is non-GMO Project verified.  For more information, please see www.nongmoproject.org .   
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  15. Is Sumatra Coconut Milk vegan?
    Yes, the Sumatra Coconut Milk is certified vegan by the American Vegetarian Association (AVA).
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  16. Can I drink Sumatra Coconut Milk if I am allergic to soy or dairy milk?
    The Sumatra Coconut Milk is prepared in a specific non-dairy pitcher separate from the soy milk, or dairy milk pitchers. That being said, Starbucks is unable to guarantee an allergen-free environment...
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015
  17. Does Sumatra Coconut Milk contain sugar?
    Yes. A tall (12oz.) caffe latte made with Sumatra Coconut Milk contains 10 grams of sugar. This compares to a tall caffe latte made with 2% milk which contains 13 grams of sugar.
    Date Updated: 02/12/2015