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To clarify my box even says 10 cal. per tub for the Original flavor. See the picture that Amazon also posted here of the side of the box with the calorie chart.
2Anybody
· March 23, 2018
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It contains sodium casienate, which is a milk derivative. They call it "lactose free" because it doesn't contain milk sugar, just the protein.
SRS92
· February 15, 2015
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I was going to say the same, I think it depends on the flavor/type. I purchased the 'Pumpkin Spice' coffee mate creamers and they contain 4g of sugar in each tub.
Kindle Customer
· March 14, 2016
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I'm disappointed in expiration date. Box came in today 3/15/18 & expiration date is June 2018. I ordered a "seasonal flavor" but I buy bottles in store all year.
H. Longmire
· March 15, 2018
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The Coffee-Mate Creamers are not Halal. Thank you Nestle Professional
Nestle
Manufacturer · May 3, 2017
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The box of creamers itself is 7-1/2 by 11-1/2 but I bought 2 flavors so they combined the boxes when sending but it isn't large. Just double the size and you'll get the approximate size.
Virginia Oshiro
· April 23, 2015
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YES! This product contains sugar (it is the third ingredient after water and coconut oil). It is a very small amount given that according to their website these tubs are 10 calories each, with 1 gram of fat, which would equal ~9 out of the 10 calories. So while technically they are "sweetened" they do not taste sweet.
Sean Ormsby
· July 18, 2017
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Seems to depend on which Amazon seller has the item available. Sometimes it's helpful to click on the "other sellers" little blue print on the right hand side of the screen-not always though. Also sometimes it seems like as soon as an item is put in " the cart" the price increases if the item is not bought the same da… see more Seems to depend on which Amazon seller has the item available. Sometimes it's helpful to click on the "other sellers" little blue print on the right hand side of the screen-not always though. Also sometimes it seems like as soon as an item is put in " the cart" the price increases if the item is not bought the same day. Not so with all sellers, however. Other times, it could be supply and demand or other availability reasons, just guessing. see less Seems to depend on which Amazon seller has the item available. Sometimes it's helpful to click on the "other sellers" little blue print on the right hand side of the screen-not always though. Also sometimes it seems like as soon as an item is put in " the cart" the price increases if the item is not bought the same day. Not so with all sellers, however. Other times, it could be supply and demand or other availability reasons, just guessing.
Amazon Customer
· December 18, 2019
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With or without the coffee creamer?
Hillbilly Paul
· April 19, 2019
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Thank you for contacting Nestle Professional. Coffee Mate products are made from an ingredient that is derived from a GMO crop.
Nestle
Manufacturer · February 6, 2020