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Vegan Oatmilk Lattes Coming To Dunkin' Stores Nationwide

by | January 10, 2020

US coffee chain Dunkin’ is set to add Oatmilk Lattes to the menu as it brings oat milk to stores nationwide.

The Oatmilk Latte will be available to order hot or as an iced drink from spring 2020. Although most diners will have to wait until then to enjoy the plant-based coffee, it is already available at select stores in California.

“In 2014 we introduced almondmilk at Dunkin’ to give guests seeking dairy alternatives a new way to customize their favorite Dunkin’ beverages” Dunkin’ said in an email to Raise Vegan.

“We are excited to soon add oatmilk to menus nationwide to give our guests another deliciously creamy alternative to milk or cream.”

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Oat milk is a coffee shop favorite because of its creamy texture (Photo: I love coffee/Shutterstock.com)

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Starbucks announced this week that oat milk is now available at more than a thousand stores in the US. UK coffee chain Pret a Manger has also opted to put oat milk on the menu, at the same time as dropping its plant-based milk surcharge.

Demand for this creamy plant-based drink has continued to grow over the past few years, with 16 million people in the UK now choosing it over cow’s milk. In the US, the oat milk market is currently worth $29 million annually.

Will you be enjoying an Oatmilk Latte at Dunkin’ this spring? Let us know in the comments below!

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