Nutritional Information for Nescafe Coffee & Cappuccino

Close-up of a cappuccino on a saucer with a spoon
Nescafe cappucinos contain milk so they are not good for lactose consumers. (Image: Jack Hollingsworth/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Nescafe coffee products can be found in most grocery stores and their products range from simple coffee beans to cappuccino mixes to frappuccinos and more. Coffee on its own does not contain much in the way of calories, but the beverage can often pack quite a punch when it is sweetened, creamed or topped with whipped cream.

Ingredients

Simply, coffee beans, which are termed "cherries" in the industry. Once the coffee is brewed, consumers can add their own selection of flavors, sweeteners or creamers to taste.

The cappuccino contains sugar, skim milk powder, instant coffee, hydrogenated coconut oil, modified milk ingredients, glucose syrup, dipotassium phosphate, sodium phosphate, sodium citrate and salt.

Nutritional Information

What packs the greatest punch in Nescafe’s coffee is the caffeine. A medium serving size has 64 milligrams of caffeine. Additionally, this serving size has 1.3 kilocalories—exactly 1,000 single calories, none of which come from fat—and the item contains no trans fats. The total carbohydrates are 0.2 grams; none of those grams are sugar. The item contains 0.15 grams of protein, 70 milligrams of antioxidants, 0.54 grams of dietary fibers and 160 milligrams of minerals. The coffee beans are not a significant source of cholesterol, vitamin A, vitamin C, or calcium.

A 14-gram cappuccino packet contains 50 calories, 1.5 grams from saturated fats or eight percent of your daily recommended intake. The mix includes 50 milligrams of sodium or two percent of your daily recommended intake. The packet also has nine grams of carbohydrates or three percent of your daily intake, seven of those grams from sugar. Nescafe's cappuccino is not a significant source of cholesterol, vitamin A, vitamin C, or calcium.

Allergy Warnings

Nescafe Coffee does not contain milk and can be consumed by people who are lactose intolerant.

Nescafe Cappuccino contains milk products and therefore is unacceptable for consumers who are lactose intolerant.

Storage

Nescafe’s coffee beans and dry cappuccino mix should be stored in a dry, cool environment need no refrigeration.

Other Options

Nescafe has also branded a number of other coffee-related products including espresso, café au lait, latte machiatto, americano, coretto, ristretto, romano, con panna, granita de caffe, mocha and frappe.

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