Costa Coffee has finally added oat milk to the menu

Read Time:   |  9th March 2020

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The coffee shop chain previously offered coconut, soy and almond milk to customers wanting a plant-based beverage.


High-street coffee shop chain Costa Coffee has just added plant-based oat milk to its menu as demand for dairy-free products continues to soar.

This Spring, the company is introducing Alpro Oat to stores across the UK to give customers more choice as many people opt for oat milk in hot drinks thanks to its naturally sweet and creamy texture.

The Alpro Oat for Professionals drink is rich in fibre and has a delicious soft and natural taste that make it the perfect alternative to cows milk in hot and cold drinks.

The new hot drinks menu now features a Flat White, Oat Flat White, Coconut Flat White and the Flat Black for those looking for a more intense black coffee.

Announcing the news on Twitter, the company wrote: “OAT-M-G! We’re always adapting to fit the needs of our customers. And now our new Oat Flat White has hit the counters, it’s sure to be a fan-fave!”

The coffee shop chain recently got rid of its surcharge on plant-based milks at participating stores over the Christmas period, a move that was welcomed by vegans who are tired of being charged more for dairy-free alternatives.

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