Do you know how many calories are in your morning latte? Starbucks will make it easier for you to keep track. Beginning next Tuesday, the company will post calorie counts of all of its products at stores nationwide, Time magazine reports.
''Menu labeling is yet another step to extend our commitment to wellness, ensuring our customers and partners (employees) have the information they need to make informed decisions and understand all the ways that they can customize their Starbucks beverages to be within their desired calorie range,'' said Starbucks spokesperson Mary Wagner in a press release.
The gourmet coffee chain has over 11,000 locations across the United States and already features nutritional information on its website. Earlier this month, Starbucks announced the launch of a new line of artisanal French pastries.