The Healthiest Orders at Starbucks

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So you stop in for that half-caf skinny grande latte—and the free WiFi—but you can cobble together a more than-decent breakfast and lunch at Starbucks too. Whether you're looking for a hot coffee, iced drink or something too eat—our top picks come with serious benefits (and way less sugar than you'll find on the rest of this coffee mogul's menu). Here's what we're ordering.

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