By Lou Carlozo, dealnews contributor You are getting thirsty ... very thirsty. And hungry, too! Let this roundup — a dealnews favorite — of food and drink deals satiate you. We've got delicious drink deals from Starbucks and Jamba Juice, plus cheap eats from McDonalds, a $10 credit to Whole Foods, and more! Whole Foods Market $10 Credit Vendor: American Express Price: Free Expires: June 30 Is It Worth It?: Before we indulge in the decadent and in-no-way-good-for-us deals from McDonalds and Starbucks, we wanted to start off with something healthy for the body — and wallet. With this American Express Editors' Choice offer, you'll get a $10 statement credit to Whole Foods once you've spent $75. To get this deal, sign into your AmEx account and click "My Offers" to see if the deal applies to your account. (It may not be available for all accounts.) This deal beats our February mention of an extra $10 credit at Whole Foods with an auto-reload of a gift card for $100 or more via an AmEx card. It's also the best such offer we've ever seen from AmEx and Whole Foods. Be sure to visit Whole Foods Market to see what's on sale, and check out their tips on healthy eating before you shop ... unless, of course, you have your heart set on buying 127 bags of potato chips. 50% Off Starbucks Frappuccinos Expires: May 12 Is It Worth It?: Starbucks: The very name conjures up images of parched, under-caffeinated Americans from coast to coast begging for Frappucino satisfaction. And now you can double down on your caffeine intake with this Editors' Choice deal, which gives you 50% off any Frappuccino Blended Beverage between the hours of 3 pm and 5 pm. The varieties include the brand new Caramel Ribbon Crunch, Mocha Cookie Crumble, Caramel, Mocha, and more. Jamba Juice 16-oz. Smoothies Price: $2.49 Expires: May 20 Is It Worth It?: If you're not one for cold caffeine intake, we bet that nothing will hit the spot like a refreshing fruit smoothie. Head to your local Jamba Juice (at participating locations in 19 states) for a 16-oz. smoothie in Strawberry Surf Rider, Banana Berry, or Aloha Pineapple for $2.49. Slurp up the sweetness of savings, as this ranks among the best deals we've seen on these smoothies from Jamba Juice, although we saw select flavors for $1 a month ago. This offer is not valid at Downtown Disney or with catering orders, and cannot be combined with other promotional offers. McDonald's Egg White Delight McMuffin Price: $1 Expires: June 20 Is It Worth It?: There have been lots of stories lately about Mark Zuckerberg hoarding people's Facebook data, but he can't take this offer away from you! Chow down on a Egg White Delight McMuffin for $1. More 52,000 people have claimed this Facebook offer for the new breakfast sandwich, which has 50 fewer calories than a traditional Egg McMuffin. $30 Shari's Berries Credit Vendor: LivingSocial Price: $12 via coupon code "LSLOVE" EXPIRED Expires: May 10 Is It Worth It?: For a mix of sweet and (somewhat) healthful, with a dose of savings, use coupon code "LSLOVE" and you'll score this $30 Shari's Berries credit for $12. This is the second-best Shari's Berries credit deal we've seen. There's a limit of 1 per purchaser and it cannot be combined with other promotions or discounts. Lou Carlozo is a dealnews contributing writer. He covers personal finance for Reuters Wealth. Prior to that he was the managing editor of WalletPop.com, and a veteran columnist at the Chicago Tribune. Follow @dealnews on Twitter for the latest roundups, price trend info, and stories. You can also sign up for an email alert for all dealnews features.