We’re committed to providing credible healthier choices and have a long-term plan to improve the nutritional balance of our menu.
As one part of this commitment, we will seek to reduce added sugar in all our drinks range by 25% by 2020 and to support Public Health England’s 20% by 2020 sugar reduction in the relevant food categories.
While only 32% of Costa Coffee drinks contain added sugar (including a Cappuccino which has an optional chocolate dusting) we have made some significant changes to our menu through reformulation, introducing more healthier alternatives and reviewing our portion sizes.
As a member of the Out of Home Food and Drink Alliance made up of leading High Street brands we have actively engaged with both Department of Health and Public Health England in support of their sugar, salt and calorie reduction programmes as well as initiatives to support clear customer information.
Costa Coffee is also a member of the British Nutrition Foundation and works with organisations such as Action on Sugar and Action on Salt to ensure that the decisions we make on nutrition and wellbeing reflect best practice.
Want to make healthier choices but still enjoy your favourite Costa Coffee drink?
Request skimmed milk or soy milk in your drink
Ask for fewer or no pumps of syrup
Choose one of our sugar-free syrups without added calories
Select stevia, a sugar-free plant-based sweetener, over granulated sugar
Ask for less whipped cream or none at all
Order your favourite drink in a smaller size
Here you’ll find answers to some of the most common questions surrounding nutrition we’ve been asked.
*The Nation's Favourite terms and conditions
**Excluding the Flat White and Cortado