Filed Under: Soft Drinks

CSPI Needs A Coffee Break

It’s the good ol’ summertime and you can’t blame the Chicago Sun-Times for celebrating the growing array of frosty, frothy coffee drinks now available. Enter the killjoys from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI): “Most of us don’t need those extra calories. Plain coffee has virtually no calories. But if you add a little sugar, you’re talking 16 to 20 calories per spoonful. And these 32 ounce beverages — good grief, that’s a lot to be consuming.”

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