Starbucks Launch Four New Vegan Options Across The UK

Photo: Vegan Food UK

International coffee chain Starbucks has launched four new vegan options across the UK, including wraps and a chocolate cake.

The new options are available in stores now and include a kale, jalapeno and slaw wrap, a sweet potato and falafel wrap, a mango and lime fruit pot and a raspberry chocolate cake.

Last year, Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz described plant-based food as a “significant opportunity”, while Starbucks head of real estate John Culver also confirmed that the brand will be focusing on the plant-based trend.

“Plant-based beverages and alternatives [are a] big area of opportunity for us,” Culver said“and our customers are asking for it.”

The addition of new vegan options comes as more brands look to embrace a market shift towards plant-based eating with British supermarket chain Waitrose launching vegan aisles in their stores.

Nathaniel comes from a background of cycling and fitness. After eating a regular diet for most of his life, he came across the vegan lifestyle 3 years ago and has never looked back. Nathaniel considers himself an animal lover, environmentalist and keen cyclist while promoting the vegan lifestyle along the way. He's now a registered personal trainer, gym instructor and currently working his way towards a Sport, Fitness and Coaching degree.


  1. So happy that Starbucks is launching 4 new vegan options in UK! As a vegan myself, I’m always happy when restaurants or supermakets launch new vegan products. It can be quite difficult to always plan your meals for the week, or thinking where we can go to just grab a sandwich or desert!!
    However, it’s important to note that everyone having a plant based diet should take extra care on what they eat so they don’t lack any nutrients. I’ve written a complete guide on how to avoid deficiencies on a plant-based diet:
    Thanks again for your article! Will definitely try the new vegan raspberry chocolate cake 🙂

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