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Starbucks Introduces the Mini Frappuccino

But it won’t be around come August.

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Starbucks has announced the launch of the Mini Frappuccino just in time for the summer season. It will be available for a limited run only, until July 6th, declared the company.

People who like a very sweet cold coffee drink, but who kid themselves into thinking that if it comes in a small size then it will not ruin their diets, are rejoicing everywhere.

The 10 ounce serving size became available for a limited time starting May 11th — while supplies last — in participating Starbucks stores in the U.S. and Canada. This launch follows a test in select U.S. markets last summer.

Customers will be able to order all flavors of Frappuccino in the Mini serving size. There are more than 36, 000 different ways to customize Starbucks Frappuccino Blended Beverages. The smaller serving size is the newest option for customers.

It will cost $3.75, but prices will vary from location to location. The skinny Mini has 120 calories and 24 grams of – that is if you do not add any whip cream. This is in contrast to 180 calories and 36 grams of sugar in the same Tall drink. The nonfat mini has 60 calories.

Starbucks says that the drink is being offered in response to the more than 6, 000 suggestions that the company received through its My Starbucks Idea.

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