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Starbucks Is Bringing The Next Big Dairy-Free Milk To Some US Cafes


The oat milk trend doesn’t look like it is dying anytime soon.

Coffee giant Starbucks will start offering the dairy-free substitute Tuesday at five locations, another sign that oat milk could be here to stay.

Oat milk has a texture and taste that more closely resemble cow’s milk than other nondairy alternatives like soy and almond milk, even when steamed for lattes. The dairy-free milk is made by soaking steel-cut oats in water, blending the mixture and then straining it.

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