That Starbucks Coffee You're Drinking Might Have 3x More Sugar than a Coke

A recent study by Action on Sugar, a British campaign group, found that some of the more flavorful Starbucks drinks can contain up to a whopping 25 spoonfuls of sugar.
That is the sugar equivalent of three cans of Coke.
For most people, ordering a white chocolate mocha (~18 spoonfuls of sugar) doesn’t have the same negative connotation as drinking a sugar-filled soda. Drink a can of Coke in public, and some people will be quick to judge, but those same people may not think twice if your choice of drink was contained within a white branded coffee cup with your name scribbled on it.
Take the time to read the original article on CNN Money.