August 27, 2020

What was a trickle a couple of years back has turned into a deluge, with milk made from oats, nuts and more flooding the market. Last week, Dunkin’ added oat milk to its menu at all U.S. locations, giving customers the option of iced oat milk lattes and lightening their coffee with the dairy-free product. At most Starbucks, coffee drinkers can request coconut, soy and almond milk for their barrista-crafted drinks, and earlier this year, the chain launched an Oatmilk Honey Latte in the Midwest. Peet’s also is menuing the dairy substitute in its limited-time Oat Milk Horchata Latte and Original Cold Brew Oat Latte.

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