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Starbucks Thailand Unveils An Array of Plant-Based Menus

Starbucks Thailand is aligning with the rising trends of health-conscious consumption and environmentally-friendly choices by introducing an array of delightful plant-based food and drink options at its stores across the country.

In a collaboration with the plant-based food company OmniFoods, the newly unveiled plant-based menu includes:

• Plant-based strip gochujang wrap: a flavourful tortilla wrap combining plant-based strips with spicy gochujang sauce, accompanied by kimchi mayo, cabbage, and crisp romaine lettuce

• Plant-based strip pot pie: A puff pastry encasing a hearty filling of plant-based strips immersed in a tangy tomato sauce

• Plant-based tuna melt croissant: a rich croissant crafted with premium imported butter, garnished with Parmesan cheese and filled with a plant-based tuna mixture

• Plant-based mozzarella sandwich: a satisfying sandwich featuring plant-based meatballs, nestled in a baguette and layered with a robust Italian tomato sauce and melty mozzarella cheese

• Plant-based tuna quinoa salad: a luxurious salad pairing plant-based tuna with canola oil, nourishing quinoa, and a zesty dressing

To commemorate the upcoming Vegetarian Festival from October 15 to 23, available are vegan mixed mushroom pie, vegan apple pie, charcoal walnut raisin, and a refreshing blend of strawberry and apple juice.

New enticing options for coffee aficionados include:

• Rock salted caramel oat milk iced shaken espresso, combining Starbucks Blonde Espresso with salted caramel and sugar syrup, topped with a layer of oat milk and garnished with Himalayan salted caramel bits for a crunchy finish

• Rock salted caramel frappuccino, a chilled concoction of rich caramel coffee mingled with whipped cream, finished with a caramel swirl and Himalayan salted caramel sprinkle

• Brown sugar oat milk iced shaken espresso, a delightful mixture of brown sugar syrup and cinnamon powder, topped with a splash of creamy oat milk

These culinary delights are available at Starbucks outlets across the country until November 1.

“Our goal is to offer an environmentally-friendly menu that contributes to the company’s goal of being a resource-positive company and meeting customers’ preferences for healthy food and drinks”, remarked Nednapa Srisamai, the managing director of Starbucks Thailand.

“Expanding Starbucks plant-based menu choices is one of the ways we are pursuing our goal to reduce our carbon footprint by 50% and offer our customers a variety of choices as part of their Starbucks Experience”, she continued.

“This collaboration represents an exciting opportunity for us to bring innovative plant-based offerings to even more customers in Thailand”, stated David Yeung, co-founder and CEO of OmniFoods.

“Our continued partnership with Starbucks Thailand underscores our shared commitment to providing delicious, sustainable and inclusive plant-based food options”, emphasized.