Costa always puts customers at the heart of everything we do and as the nation’s favourite coffee shop we are committed to helping our customers make informed nutritional choices.
We’re committed to providing credible choice and have a long-term plan to improve the nutritional balance of our menu. As one part of this commitment, we will reduce added sugar in our drinks range by 25% by 2020.
While only 32% of Costa drinks contain added sugar (including a Cappuccino which has an optional chocolate dusting) we have made some significant changes to our menu.
To help our customers make the right choice for them we publish nutritional information (including calories) on-shelf and on-counter for food products and provide a countertop summary card with the calorie information of its most popular drinks.
Please click 'Download All The Data' to view all Allergen and Nutrition information we are providing. This manual gives all the information to keep our customers informed.
For more information on how best to understand this data, please click here.
With the help of an independent expert, we have developed a science based nutritional calculator to assess our food and drinks (that’s over 80 food items and 600 drinks).
Using the calculator we review the ingredients of each product and measure them against strict nutritional criteria, including government guidelines. If the product needs to be reviewed then we will delist, reformulate or provide an alternative credible, healthier choice.
means we will redevelop a products recipe to remove added sugar.
means we will de-list products (in their entirety) and replace with an alternative where possible.
means we will develop new products to offer healthier choices.
Don’t worry though – all our development work takes place alongside rigorous customer testing to ensure our products meet customer expectations and continues to deliver the great tasting products they have come to expect from Costa.
Want to make healthier choices but still enjoy your favourite Costa drink?
Here you’ll find answers to some of the most common nutrition questions we’ve been asked. If you don’t find what you’re looking for then please contact us.