Are Coffee Mate creamers gluten free?

The Coffee mate Powdered Creamer is available in four popular flavors that are cholesterol-free, gluten-free, lactose-free, and contain Kosher dairy. … This non-dairy creamer makes a perfect cup every time. I’m Interested!

Is Coffee Mate safe for celiacs?

*According to the Nestlé Gluten Avoidance PDF (found here), Coffee-mate is gluten free.

What is coffee mate liquid creamer made of?

Water, Coconut Oil, Sugar, and less than 2% of Sodium Caseinate (a Milk Derivative)**, Dipotassium Phosphate, Mono-and Diglycerides, Artificial Flavor, Beta-Carotene Color.

What Coffee mate is gluten-free?

The Original Creamer

Transform the coffee you like into the coffee you love with Coffee mate The Original coffee creamer. It’s rich and smooth with a classic taste that is lactose-free, cholesterol-free, and gluten-free.

What coffee creamers are gluten-free?

Other dairy-free coffee creamers that are also gluten free:

  • So Delicious Dairy Free coffee creamers are gluten free and vegan.
  • Silk soy-based dairy-free creamer.
  • Ripple half & half is gluten free and vegan.
  • Nutpods is gluten free and vegan (contains nuts)
  • Califia Farms is gluten free and vegan.

Does Coffee mate hazelnut have gluten?

The Coffee mate pump bottle is ideal for use in self-serve coffee stations. The creamer pump is available in popular flavors that are cholesterol-free, gluten-free, lactose-free, and Kosher dairy. Coffee mate Hazelnut liquid creamer adds a hint of nutty hazelnut flavor to coffee beverages.

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Does Coffee-Mate clog arteries?

It raises your bad cholesterol (LDL), lowers your good cholesterol (HDL), clogs your arteries (imagine soaking up dry flour with a sponge), is a major contributor to type 2 diabetes, and it’s been linked directly to coronary heart disease. Wowzers. Now I need to pause for a moment and interject some common sense here.

Why is coffee-mate so bad for you?

Since the fat in nondairy creamer is usually trans fat, it is an unhealthy type of fat. There’s 1.5 grams in a tablespoon, but most people who use it load 2 to 4 tablespoons into their cup of coffee, so it’s not really a better option than half and half when it comes to fat.