Peet’s launches its plant-based-focused spring menu

Peet’s is debuting its spring menu on 22 March. Focused on all plant-based ingredients, the menu will debut new drinks such as the Lavender Vanilla Almond Latte and Lavender Cold Brew Oat Latte, along with a popular off-the-menu customer favourite, Peet’s creamy Vanilla Almond Matcha Latte. Spring food selections include the Plant-Based Mediterranean Flatbread and Peet’s Everything Plant-Based Sandwich.

And to celebrate Earth Month, Peet’s Coffee will “free dairy-free” milk, by offering non-dairy, alternative milk in all Peet’s beverages for no upcharge throughout the month, including oat, almond, or soy milk. With higher-than-ever demand for plant-based milks in customer orders, Peet’s recognizes the importance of celebrating plant-based ingredients and offering it at an affordable (or in this case, free!) price point.

Interest in plant-based ingredients continues to increase in the U.S., with more than 48 percent of restaurants providing plant-based menu choices in 2023, compared to 30 percent in 2012. Peet’s Coffee has been a leader in providing plant-based ingredients and beverage options, beginning in 1995 when the company first offered soy milk. Now, 21 percent of all Peet’s beverages sold are customized with non-dairy milk. Of total milk used at Peet’s Coffee, more than 34 percent is non-dairy. Peet’s also prides itself in partnering with trusted non-dairy beverage specialists and leading plant-based food producers to meet the taste, quality and artisan standards of its baristas and customers. Partners include Califia Almond Barista Blend, Chobani Oat Milk, JUST Egg™ Folded, Violife and Beyond Breakfast Sausage®.

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