Because the natural flavors are used at such low levels, they do not contribute any meaningful amounts of nutrients. Similarly, ground coffee does not contribute significant amounts of nutrients that would require nutrition labeling. Thus, the products, which are only composed of coffee and natural flavors, are expressly exempt from bearing nutrition labeling under FDA regulations.
Articles in this section
- K-cup Allergen Information
- Why isn’t there a nutritional label on the box?
- What are the ingredients of the natural flavorings?
- My Keurig isn't brewing your pods properly, what do I do?
- I use a reusable pod, what grind should I choose when ordering?
- Are your K-Cups recyclable? Do you have a K-Cup recycling program?
- Who makes your K-Cups?
- Can I brew my K-Cups after the "Best By" date?
- Why do your boxes of K-Cups come in 10 packs and not 12?