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    What's in those little creamers?

    So I have one cup of coffee during the work week in the morning. No sugar. I was using half and half but lately I've been using two little Hazlenut creamers. They have a few flavors but Hazlenut is so good. Anybody know what's in these creamers. I'm sure it's similar to half and half. I'm thinking it's ok because I only use two a day and drink water the rest of the day.

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    Some are made with hydrogenated fat... BAD!

    What brand?

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    Just looked the big bottle and there is sugar added, which I thought. Think I'm going to go back to regular half and half

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    You don't want to know.
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    Ingredients
    (Non-dairy Product) Water, Sugar, Palm Oil, Corn Syrup, Contains less than 2% of Each of the Following Ingredients: Carrageenan , Mono and Diglycerides, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Salt, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sodium Caseinate (A Milk Derivative), Natural and Artificial Flavors. Sodium Caseinate is not A Source of Lactose. Contains: Milk


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    Without even looking I know that it has little (or effectively no) cream and no hazelnut.
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