Muffin Break adds oat to plant-based milk range

The chain has had a policy since 2013 where they do not add charges for its plant-based milks.

Muffin Break announced the addition of oat milk to its plant-based milk range to complement their coffees and milkshakes, as a result of a agreement with Alternative Dairy Co.

The partnership will officially launch on November 1, World Vegan Day, with the chain offering customers free coffee with oat milk with orders over $15 via Menulog until November 7.

“With 32 years in the coffee industry and a strong focus on “good goes in”, Muffin Break is excited for this collaboration, providing customers what they've been asking for, especially since building in interest [sic] over the past year,” the Foodco-owned chain said in a media release.

Muffin Break has had a policy since 2013 where they do not add charges for its plant-based milks, which include almond and soy.

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