Silk intros plant-based lattes

Gisselle Gaitan
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Silk is looking to bring coffeehouse beverages straight to consumers’ refrigerators.

To do so, the Broomfield, Colo.-based company has launched two new plant-based ready-to-drink lattes, which blend together almond milk with oat milk.

Available in espresso and mocha flavors, both options are created with cold-brew Arabica coffee, the company said.

“Skip the line, chatter and spotty Wi-Fi with Silk Lattes — the perfect way to savor a coffeehouse-quality latte from the comfort of your home,” David Robinson, senior brand manager for Silk said. “Silk is excited to enter the coffee category with a dairy-free and hassle-free option that brings barista-quality coffee into your home, minus the upcharge.”

In addition, Silk’s Lattes come in a recyclable plant-based bottle that has had at least 80% of its material made from renewable sugarcane. The coffee is grown by UTZ Certified farmers and are Non-GMO Project Verified, the company said.

Silk’s Lattes come in a 48-oz. bottle that retails for $5.49 at such retailers as Target, Kroger, H-E-B and Fairway.