Non-Dairy Giant Silk To Launch New Vegan Oat Milk In Stores Across The US

The new product, which comes in three different flavors - chocolate, plain, and vanilla - will be released in Target, Walmart, Publix, and Sprouts among other stores
Silk's new oatmilk line
The oat milk comes in three flavors

Major non-dairy brand Silk is set to launch its new vegan oat milk line in retailers across the US this month.

Silk Oat Yeah oat milk, which comes in three flavors - plain, vanilla, and chocolate - will be available in Target, Walmart, Publix, and Sprouts among other stores.

According to Silk, the new drink is free of dairy, soy, cholesterol, and artificial colors and flavors, and is Non-GMO Project verified.

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"Silk was the first to make refrigerated plant-based beverages widely available with Silk Soymilk. Since then, we’ve continued to innovate and grow the category with new offerings like Oat Yeah," Nikita McKinney, Senior Brand Manager for Silk, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

"To prepare for the launch of Silk's new Oat Yeah oatmilk, we spent years perfecting the product’s taste and texture to ensure it would meet our customers’ expectations.

"Oat Yeah offers a smooth, creamy texture inspired by dairy milk, and is also a great option for non-dairy drinkers with nut allergies."

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