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Coffee Mate Nutrition

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author image Allan Robinson
Allan Robinson has written numerous articles for various health and fitness sites. Robinson also has 15 years of experience as a software engineer and has extensive accreditation in software engineering. He holds a bachelor's degree with majors in biology and mathematics.
Coffee Mate Nutrition
Close-up of an assortment of Coffee Mate products on a grocery shelf. Photo Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images News/Getty Images

Coffee-mate is the brand name for a line of non-dairy creamers manufactured by Nestle. It includes both liquid and power forms, and comes in a variety of flavors. People typically add Coffee-mate to coffee when a dairy creamer is either unavailable or undesirable. Some versions of Coffee-mate are also sugar-free.

Preparation

Coffee-mate is prepared by the manufacturer and requires no preparation on the part of the consumer. It consists primarily of corn syrup solids, vegetable oil, flavorings, colorings and anti-caking agents.

Serving Size

This nutritional information will be based on 1 tablespoon of original Coffee-mate powder. This is a typical amount of Coffee-mate that you would add to a cup of coffee.

Calories

A serving of Coffee-mate contains a total of 33.5 calories. Carbohydrates provide 20 calories and fat provides 13.5 calories. Coffee-mate contains no protein. A serving of Coffee-mate provides 1.7 percent of the daily value (DV) of calories, assuming a daily diet of 2,000 calories.

Carbohydrates

A serving of Coffee-mate contains about 5 grams of carbohydrates, all of which is sugar. A gram of carbohydrates contains 4 calories so a serving of Coffee-mate contains 20 calories from carbohydrates. This provides 2 percent of the DV for total carbohydrates.

Fat

A serving of Coffee-mate contains 1.5 grams of fat, all of which is unsaturated fat. Each gram of fat contains 9 calories, so a serving of Coffee-mate contains 13.5 calories from fat. A serving of Coffee-mate provides 2 percent of the DV for total fat.

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