Almond milk will be available in restaurants nationwide by end of August
August 18, 2016
Canton, Mass.-based Dunkin’ Donuts announced that its lineup of pumpkin coffees and baked goods will return to its restaurants nationwide before the end of the month. Starting Aug. 18, Metro New York began serving pumpkin-flavored coffee, lattes and macchiatos. The brand’s full pumpkin menu, including coffees, donuts, Munchkins and muffins, will be available for a limited time in all Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide no later than Aug. 29, the company says.
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BluePrint, a brand of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Hain Celestial Group, announced the launch of a new line of certified USDA organic kombucha drinks. Currently, the line is available at Whole Foods Market and local retailers in the New York Tri-State area and will be in Whole Foods Market Midwest- area stores starting in September. Additionally, starting Aug. 25, BluePrint Kombucha Drinks will be available in Sprouts Farmers Market locations, it adds.