Celebrate Cookie Day by asking for a new vegan flavor from Starbucks!
Dec 4, 2018 —
It’s National Cookie Day! Join us in telling Starbucks you’re craving vegan cookies with your dairy-free coffee: Click here to let the coffee giant know which flavor you want to see next!
This past spring, Starbucks told Compassion Over Killing at its annual shareholder meeting that a US-wide vegan food line was on the horizon this year. And after dishing out a vegan cupcake in Miami, tasty breakfast treats, and plant-powered protein bowls in select cities, the chain finally brewed up a vegan option on menus nationwide: a macadamia oat cookie.
But now Starbucks has told us the cookie’s being phased out due to slow sales--and there’s still no sign of a more tempting cookie variety or a robust vegan menu in the US (even as Starbucks UK continues to roll out plant-based sandwiches).
Yet vegan food sales are soaring, with the dairy alternatives market projected to reach $34 billion by 2024 as more and more people choose compassionate cuisine. And when Starbucks began pouring out almond milk for beverages, it was due to massive customer demand!
Consumers want animal-free options, and by offering a more buzzworthy cookie flavor, Starbucks can serve this huge market!
Let’s make sure Starbucks sees that there are millions seeking vegan treats in delicious flavors like chocolate chip, peanut butter swirl, and mocha--and keeps a vegan cookie on its menu. Click here TODAY to send a quick and easy message to Starbucks letting it know which vegan cookie flavor you’re craving next!
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Thank you for helping us make compassionate, delicious vegan food business as usual nationwide!
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