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Jun 28, 2011

News: McDonald's - New Mango Pineapple Real Fruit Smoothie

McDonald's recently launched their new Mango Pineapple Real Fruit Smoothies nationwide (although they were available a couple weeks earlier in some markets). The new smoothie features mango and pineapple puree blended with low-fat yogurt, ice and fruit juice concentrate.

The Mango Pineapple Smoothie is available for about $2.29 for a 12-ounce small, $2.79 for a 16-ounce medium and $3.29 for a 22-ounce large.

To promote the Mango Pineapple Real Fruit Smoothie (and other frozen drinks), McDonald's has a printable, online "buy one, get one free" coupon available on their website good on any Frozen Strawberry Lemonade, Frappe, or Smoothie (Expires July 31, 2011).

Nutritional Info - McDonald's Mango Pineapple Smoothie - small (12 fl oz)
Calories - 220 (from Fat - 10)
Fat - 1g (Saturated Fat - 1g)
Sodium - 40mg
Carbs - 49g (Sugar - 49g)
Protein - 3g


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15 comments :

  1.  I actually liked it a lot!

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  2. I like sour though.

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  3. Only when you're in a Dodge Durango getting your movie tickets from Fandango...

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  4. I am diabetic and no one has made a smoothie for us. Everyone is full of sugar. Get sick of diet coke or ice tea. 49 grams of sugar WOW!. That can put you in a sugar coma.

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  5. "Everyone is full of sugar." Speak for yourself. I'm simply full of BS.

    Just kidding of course, I get your point. To pick on a smoothie for having too much sugar is like complaining about too much salt on french fries though. It's not unexpected. Still, I bet one day they'll do a smoothie with some sort of sugar substitute. If they can have burgers with lettuce for the bun to reduce carbs, then I bet someday they'll capitalize on the large diabetic population with reduced sugar desserts and drinks too. For your sake, hopefully it's sooner than later. ;)

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  6. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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  7. THIS COOL THE NEW MANGO PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE IT'S GOOD

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  8. EMILY EMILY EMILY EMILY EMILY EMILY EMILY EMILYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

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  9. Agree with Dolphinblue.  That's too much sugar for anyone - especially diabetics.  McDonald's has to get with the program and get rid of the excess sugar!!!!

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  10. MangosinparadiseTuesday, June 19, 2012

    Please know you can make a mango smoothie at home...no added sugar. We ship fresh Florida mangos to your door and all you need is a blender to enjoy these fruits in the most delicious smoothie ever!  Give us a try, check out: www.mangoisnparadise.com  we are located on Pine Island, Florida, known for its delicious mangos! Season is open now...
    Thanks,
    Libby and Sal

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