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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Is Starbucks coffee and espresso gluten free?

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i wouldn't trust it i got sickk from the steamed milk there before because of cross contamination

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Last time I saw a post on this only one drink at Starbucks wasn't gluten-free. The expresso and regular coffees were definitely gluten-free. I think it was one of the flavored frappucinos (sp?) that wasn't. You can also get in touch with Starbucks and ask them.

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I'm by far no expert. But I have read that Starbuck's coffees and espresso and torani (sp?) flavorings are gluten-free. Best to double check with Starbucks to keep yourself safe. I myself have had no problem, however I have cut milk for now until I heal more, but most offer Silk SoyMilk alternative and I read they are gluten-free too. I also have only treated myself twice to starbucks since going gluten free too. So please take that into consideration.

Sorry I couldn't be more helpful and for being wishy washy, I just don't want to take a hard stand since people are different with their tollerances.

Have a great day!

Good health to you!

Christina

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Guest jhmom

I do not know the answer to this either, but I have sent them an email through their website, will let you know if and when I hear something.

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Guest Addicted2Gluten

I have called Starbucks and according to the person that I spoke with all of Starbucks products are gluten free with the exception of the brownie frappuchino and any other drink that they have during certain seasons that contains cookies (ex. gingerbread frappuchino).

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I have Starbucks all the time and have not been sick yet! I believe there is Maltodextrin

or modified food starch in the Frapicino. Other than that I think were safe!

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