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Starbucks plans to remove hfcs and preservatives from bakery foods

Starbucks Corp. plans to revamp it's food offerings by selling baked goods without high-fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors and dyes, and will introduce salads and other items.

The new campaign -- which will be promoted with the tag "Real Food. Simply Delicious" -- follows last year's health and wellness push that added food like oatmeal, smoothies and a protein plate to Starbucks' repertoire.

The ingredient changes, which also include removing preservatives where possible, will affect about 90 percent of the baked goods Starbucks sells and are part of the coffee chain's ongoing efforts to appeal to increasingly health-conscious consumers as recession has damped spending on little luxuries like lattes.

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    I do went a bakery daily, I had a boyfriend there but I broke up. It's sad that we did, now i can't forget him, whenever i do see bakery word i see him and post a sad message on my profile.
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    I love the idea of selling baked goods without high-fructose corn syrup and other artificial flavors which threates our health. Even me being on a diet, I would buy baked goods if they are without flavors.
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