Dunkin' augments plant-based offerings with coconut milk

April 28, 2021

Not unlike Starbucks, Dunkin' Brands is stepping up its game on plant-based milk alternatives.

Starting this week, the coffee and doughnut chain giant will be adding coconut milk to its menus nationwide. The offering will be available for a small additional charge depending on the Dunkin’ location and drink.

Dunkin's introduction of coconut milk continues the brand's commitment to bringing guests more nondairy options. In 2020, Dunkin' became one of the first national chains to make oat milk available nationwide. It has offered almond milk since 2014.

Dunkin’s advancing milk swaps signal that demand for plant-based milk alternatives is not slowing down. Office coffee service operators are moving in the same direction.


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