Minor Figures launches organic vegan oat m*lk and donates 5% of online sales to coffee shops

East London-based Minor Figures has released its new vegan oat m*lk, which also comes in an organic option.

The oat m*lk was devised to make the most of Minor Figures’ coffee; aware that cafés around the world are increasingly looking for both plant based and organic alternatives, the sustainability-minded business has spent years developing the recipe to offer the same high performing oat milk in organic form and it’s the first alternative milk to successfully achieve the same stability for froths and foams that baristas look for.

The Organic Oat M*lk is designed to enhance the flavours in high quality roasted espresso, but the m*lk is not only for professionals and coffee connoisseurs; it can be enjoyed in a cup of tea, smoothie or morning cereal too. It contains only 100% certified organic ingredients and is Soil Association accredited.

Co-Founder of Minor Figures, Stuart Forsyth commented, “Our eco-friendly Organic Oat M*lk, has been designed specifically to be the perfect complement to your coffee. Given our background in specialty coffee wanted to design and develop a product that would allows baristas to easily enhance their customers coffee drinking experience.”

The oat m*lk is suitable for vegans and those with nut allergies and there’s no added sugar, the oats lend their own sweetness. Dairy is not a requirement for a good coffee anymore; none of Minor Figures’ coffee contains any dairy.

Minor Figures Organic Oat M*lk was meant to be launching in UK cafés nationwide in March (as well as at Ocado, Holland & Barrett, Abel & Cole, Whole Foods Market, Planet Organic, As Nature Intended and Sourced Market), however, many cafés and coffeeshops have unfortunately had to close due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Therefore, Minor Figures has announced that it will donate 5% of the order value of every online sale from its website to a coffee shop of customers’ choice. Visit: www.minorfigures.com

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