1.4 C
Munich
Thursday, December 3, 2020

Exclusive: Peabodys Coffee to launch vegan frappés for its 2020 summer menu

Latest News

Eat Just’s cell-based meat approved for sale in Singapore in a world first

Singapore's regulatory authorities have approved Eat Just's cell-based meat for human consumption for the first time, as part of chicken bites. In a global first,...

Coffee roaster Meira reduces carbon footprint with bio-based packaging

Finland-based coffee roaster Meira has launched a sustainable range called Vallilan Paahtimo, with vegan, bio-based packaging. Finnish coffee roaster Meira has partnered with packaging manufacturer...

UK government gives live events the green light

Boris Johnson's revised guidelines for Covid-19 mean that businesses can anticipate the return of live events and conferences in the UK. The UK government's latest...

Peabodys Coffee has announced it will be launching vegan frappés for its summer menu, starting with the limited edition strawberry ripple.

Coffee company Peabodys Coffee is launching a limited-edition vegan strawberry ripple frappé, as part of its summer menu that will introduce more fully vegan frappés.

The drink will make with a creamy iced vanilla and strawberry base. With swirls of strawberry syrup made from hand-picked strawberries. Topped with vegan whipped cream and a strawberry slice. The frappe will sold in a 14oz cup. ANd can customised with a choice of coconut, soy, oat or almond milk.

In a statement sent to The Vegan Review, Jasmine Wythe, Peabodys’ marketing manager, said:

“As veganism becomes more popular, it felt essential to able to offer the most exciting and delicious plant-based options possible. Which would enjoyed by everyone regardless of their dietary preferences. 

“We see veganism as an opportunity to be more creative with our new products. And are always on the lookout for new flavors and ingredients to bring to our coffee shops,” she added.

peabodys coffeeWythe also revealed that the latest launch is the first of three vegan frappés that are set to be released this summer, with the next drinks to be Banoffee and Mocha.

This is all part of the company’s initiative to be more sustainable and inclusive.

However, this is not the first vegan option to find in Peabodys. As it offers a wide range of vegan foods, including Italian ciabattas, fresh artisan pasta, salads, sandwiches, and cakes.

Many drink companies have introduced vegan coffees to their menu, with Starbucks debuting two dairy-free cold brews and a breakfast sandwich made from Impossible Foods’ meat-free patties to its US menu. The company also unveiled a dairy-free guava passionfruit drink on its summer menu.

Anam
Anam Alam
Anam is a freelance writer for The Vegan Review and a student studying journalism. She is a passionate writer who possesses a range of skills ranging from audio, video, editorial and creative writing. Her goal is to educate the public and the world with stories that she feels need to be talked more about in society.