Starbucks Adds Oat Milk To Menu Due To Vegan Demand


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Vegans can now choose from almond, coconut and soya milk (Photo: Starbucks) - Media Credit:

Coffee chain Starbucks has started serving oat milk in its outlets across Europe in response to growing customer demand for vegan options.

The coffee giant said customers requested the new item.


A Starbucks representative took to Twitter to write: “You asked we listened. 

“Introducing our new Oat dairy alternative (yes, it’s vegan).

“Try it in your latte today.”

The new jackfruit wrap (Photo: Starbucks)


The chain has also added a vegan lunch item to the menu – a new sandwich.

The bbq jackfruit wrap is filled with jackfruit, carrot, and puréed sweetcorn slaw on whole wheat seeded wrap.

It costs £3.29 when you get it to take out.

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