Starbucks Introduces Oatly Oat Drink As A Vegan Alternative
Starbucks has today introduced Oatly’s popular oat drink as a vegan milk alternative — but only at select stores in the US.
The dairy-free oat milk is now available at approximately 1,300 Starbucks locations throughout Wisconsin, Indiana, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Michigan.
In addition to putting oat milk on the menu at these Midwest locations, the coffee chain is also offering dairy-free versions of existing drinks across the US and Canada.
The Almondmilk Honey Flat White and the Coconutmilk Latte are now on sale — with the flat white made vegan by ordering without honey and toppings.
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Vegan Milk Alternatives
Interest in oat milk has continued to grow at exciting rates around the globe. In the US alone, sales of this dairy-free drink increased in value from $4.4 million in 2017 to $29 million in 2019.
Swedish brand Oatly has fuelled the surge in popularity of oat milk — and has also expanded its plant-based range to include ice cream, yoghurt, and other dairy alternatives.
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