Starbucks Just Launched This Highly Anticipated Grocery Item
Starbucks has just launched a new grocery product that will make the enjoyment of a Starbucks-inspired beverage at home lighter than ever. The company has added a new, highly anticipated Zero Creamer to its lineup of creamers available in retail.
The Starbucks Zero Creamer has exactly zero grams of added sugar per serving which makes it the perfect product for coffee lovers making weight- and health-oriented New Year's resolutions or those following low-sugar diets. In fact, even the average American is looking to limit her sugar intake in 2021, according to the International Food Information Council (IFIC) 2021 Food & Health Survey. Which means Starbucks is right on the money with the new product line.
The Zero Creamer comes in two different flavors, Caramel and Hazelnut, both of which will give Starbies that familiar flavor they know and love right at home. The creamers join the existing line of Starbucks Creamers available in grocery stores, which include Caramel, White Chocolate, Cinnamon, Toffeenut, Hazelnut Mocha, and non-dairy Caramel and Hazelnut flavors.
They can now be purchased at nationwide grocery stores for $5.49.
While consuming less added sugar is certainly a sound dietary choice, it's worth noting that these new Zero Creamers contain artificial sweeteners which should also be consumed in moderation. While generally considered safe by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the long-term effects of sweeteners like sucralose are still unclear. For example, some studies have suggested it may have adverse effects on your gut health.
Here is the full nutrition info for both flavors of Starbucks Zero Creamers:
Serving size: 1 tbsp
Calories: 20 calories
Total Fat: 1.5 g
Saturated Fat: 1 g
Trans Fat: 0 g
Cholesterol: <5 mg
Sodium: 20 mg
Total Carbohydrate: 1 g
Total Sugars: <1 g
Added Sugars: 0 g
Protein: <1 g
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