Good news for all of you sticking to vegan or Paleo diets: Starbucks will soon begin offering a non-soy dairy alternative.
Beginning Feb. 17, the coffee chain will serve coconut milk, according to a Starbucks news release. And it’s not just any coconut milk, it’s “Starbucks Single Origin Sumatra Coconut Milk, a creamy, delicious alternative to dairy and soy for handcrafted beverages.”
It’s certified vegan and, if you were wondering, made from coconuts from the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The new option will cost you an extra 60 cents, which is the same as soy milk, USA Today reports.
Thousands of customers have been requesting an alternative to dairy and soy on MyStarbucksIdea.com, the company explained, so they are finally giving the people what they want.
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