Emmi Caffè Latte

It is possible in principle, provided that the aluminium seal is first removed. There are no health reasons to contraindicate doing so. We do not recommend it, however, as this coffee is much more refreshing when consumed ice cold.
 

Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE is made exclusively from fresh Swiss milk. 

Because Emmi CAFFÉLATTE is a highly pasteurised product and not UHT-treated, it is essential that the cold chain is maintained. The product must not exceed a temperature of 8 °C. This applies to both its transportation and its subsequent storage.

Pasteurised milk and all other Emmi fresh milk products such as yogurt, quark, Choco Latte, YoQua, Caffè Latte, Aktifit, etc. are pasteurised and can be safely consumed during pregnancy. 

There are many products on the market whose consumption involves direct oral contact with the packaging, for example canned beverages. Another example is Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE with its sipping hole. We are aware that some consumers do not like this sipping hole. We recommend that such consumers remove the lid and drink directly from the cup.

The lid also has other uses: 

The aligned inside diameter of the lid means that the cup can be stacked, optimising the use of refrigerator space. The lid can also be used as a coaster.

No.

The variety Strong Macchiato.

Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE Strong Macchiato (with no added sugar) and Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE Light (sweetened with fructose) are suitable for diabetic diets. The other varieties are not recommended for diabetics.
 


The refined sugar content per 100ml of Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE for the different varieties is:

  • Macchiato: 4.5 g
  • Cappuccino: 5.5 g
  • Espresso: 4.5 g
  • Light: 1.5 g (contains fructose)
  • Strong Macchiato: 0 g
  • Caramel: 5.0 g 
  • Vanilla: 5 g

Emmi does not use any coffee flavourings in its CAFFÈ LATTE. Sugar is a very good flavouring agent and helps to emphasise the flavours inherent in foodstuffs. Emmi tested a range of sugar contents in the development stages of its products. The best results in terms of flavour were obtained with the current sugar content.
 

Yes.

  • Macchiato: 80 mg 
  • Cappuccino: 80 mg 
  • Espresso: 120 mg 
  • Light: 80 mg 
  • Caramel: 60 mg 
  • Strong Macchiato 110 mg 
  • Vanilla: 60 mg 

For comparison: A normal cup of coffee contains 80-120 mg of caffeine, while an espresso contains 60 - 70 mg. 
 

The Rainforest Alliance is an international environmental protection organisation founded in 1987. In 1995 it certified its first coffee farm in Guatemala. For over twenty years, the organisation has been involved in protecting biodiversity as well as protecting the rights and well-being of workers and their village communities.

In cooperation with farmers, forestry workers and professionals in the tourism industry around the world, they are developing measures to protect water resources, soil and ecosystems as habitats for animals and plants. Its certification acts as a seal of quality for products originating from these certified farms and it is increasingly being used by companies and gaining recognition from consumers around the world.

Further information: www.rainforest-alliance.org

Top-quality beans are a prerequisite when it comes to producing first-class coffee. This is also the case when it comes to Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE. The most suitable kind of bean and the best growing area are specially selected for each flavour. We buy the coffee for Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE from five different countries in Asia and Central and South America.

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