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I have never really been a coffee drinker, the weather has to be REALLY cold before I will brew a cup, but in the Spring and Summer months I LOVE to visit the local "coffeehouse" for iced coffee.  You know the one...

I LOVE iced coffee, but I have never been able to find a brand in the local supermarket that even compared to again, you know the one...until now.  International Delight has created my new favorite obsession!  And if you count calories and weight watcher points, this drink is a plus in that area too!  I had to give up my iced coffees a few months ago when I began really keeping up with calories, and counting points through the Weight Watchers program.  I am HAPPY to report you can have this drink and still stay on track with your diet program!  Drink up and enjoy!

XOXO,

Tina~

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 cup            (240ml)          

Amount Per Serving

Calories from Fat 25

Calories 150          

% Daily Values*

Total Fat             2.5g          

4%

Saturated Fat            1.5g          

8%

Trans Fat            0g          

Cholesterol            10mg          

3%

Sodium            105mg          

4%

Total Carbohydrate            29g          

10%

Dietary Fiber            0g          

0%

Sugars            23g          

Protein            4g          

Vitamin A              0%

Vitamin C              0%

Calcium              15%

Iron              4%

*

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs

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