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Cappuccino

Number of servings 8

5.00
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Cappuccino is Italian for hood, which may explain why the coffee takes its name from an order of Franciscan Minor friars called ‘cappuccini’, who wore hoods on their habits. The foam on a cappuccino retains the heat of the coffee below – just like a hood!
Nutrition InformationUnitPer 100g as soldPer 100mlPer serving% RI*
 Cappuccino g as sold      
Energy (with fibers 8kJ/g) kJ 1716 144 350  
Energy (with fibers 2kcal/g) kcal 411 34 84 <4%
Fat g 20,1 <1,5 <3,7 <5%
of which: saturates g 11,6 <1,0 <3,7 <12%
Available Carbohydrates g 33,7 <3,5 <8,4 <3%
of which: sugars g 33,7 <3,5 <8,4 <9%
Fibre (DP > 3) g 12,4 0,2 0,4  
Protein g 17,4 1,6 3,8 <8%
Salt g 0,50 0,05 0,13 <2%

 

White Capsule (17g):

Whole Milk Powder, Sugar (17%), emulsifier (soya lecithin)


Black Capsule (8g):

Roast & Ground coffee

Creamer (200ml) + R&G (40ml) 
Declared table on pack 
Decared values updated on September 2012

*Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/2 000 kcal)

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