Lower-Carb Lovin in the Morning

Company Introduces Lower-Carb Lattes

Jun 1, 2004

Lower-carb lattes?

Uh huh! And in vanilla and caramel flavors to boot.

Caribou Coffee Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota, has introduced a new line of lower-carb and lower-calorie lattes.

Called Skinny’Bou, the new line is now available in Caribou Coffee stores. Sweetened with Splenda, the drinks contain only 80 calories and 7 grams of carbohydrate.

Caribou Coffee Company is the nation’s second largest specialty coffee company, with more than 250 stores mostly in the Midwest and East Coast.

For more information, log on to www.cariboucoffee.com.

  • Calories in a Regular caramel latte: 220
  • Calories in a Skinny’Bou caramel latte: 80
  • Carbs in a Regular vanilla or caramel latte: 33 grams
  • Carbs in a Skinny’Bou low-carb latte: 8 grams

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