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Starbucks offers healthy savings every Monday in January

Starbucks customers can start the year off on a healthy note by going vegetarian one day a week.

Starbucks continues to offer more plant-based menu items across the globe, building on its ongoing sustainability commitments and global aspirations to be a resource positive company.

The café’s vegetarian breakfast sandwich or wraps are the perfect choice for those looking for new ways to incorporate more meat-free choices into their diet.

Every Monday, from Jan. 4 to 25, enjoy $2 off any vegetarian breakfast sandwich or wrap. The Meatless Mondays offer is available at participating locations, while supplies last. Limit one per customer.

Mark your calendar for Jan. 4, 11, 18 and 25.

With the discount, save up to 50%. That’s definitely some “healthy” savings!

The Meatless Monday options include the following items:

Impossible Breakfast Sandwich — The sandwich is the classic sausage breakfast sandwich, but with plant-based sausage, featuring a savory Impossible Sausage (made from plants), a cage-free fried egg and aged cheddar cheese — all on an artisanal ciabatta bread. The regular price is $4.95.

Southwest Veggie Wrap — The spicy wrap combines cage-free scrambled eggs, black beans, sous vide potatoes, cotija cheese, pico de gallo and jalapeno cream cheese — all wrapped in a salsa tortilla. The regular price is $5.45.

Spinach Feta & Egg White Wrap — The healthy wrap combines cage-free egg whites, spinach, feta cheese and tomatoes — all inside a toasted whole-wheat wrap. The regular price $3.95.

The regular price of each item may vary by location. 

All of the options are available all day, while supplies last.

The discount is available via its app, online or in-store and cannot be combined with other offers, discounts or promotions. Plus, the special is not available on delivery orders.

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