Silk Enters Coffee Market With Plant-Based Lattes

Silk's new almond milk and oat-milk lattes come in Espresso and Mocha flavors.


Silk, known for its dairy-free beverages such as almond and oat milks, announced Tuesday that it has entered the ready-to-drink coffee market with its new Silk Lattes product.

The Broomfield, CO-based brand said the new plant-based lattes blend almond milk with oat milk and come in Espresso and Mocha flavors, combining cold-brew Arabica coffee with espresso.

Silk Lattes come in a recyclable plant-based bottle, with at least 80 percent of the material made from renewable sugarcane. Silk said the coffee in the new lattes is grown by UTZ-Certified farmers, which is a label and program for sustainable farming. Silk Lattes are also Non-GMO Project Verified.

Silk's new lattes are available now for a suggested retail price of $5.49 per 48-oz. bottle at retailers nationwide, including Target, Kroger, HEB and Fairway.

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