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See ya never, lactose: Starbucks is releasing ready-to-drink almond milk Fraps


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While the majority of Starbucks‘ bottled drinks contain dairy, four new options on the company’s ready-to-drink menu scratched cow’s milk from the ingredients list (though the newbies are made in an environment where dairy products are produced, which is good to know if you’re seriously allergic to milk).

In a press release, Starbucks announced that beginning May 2018, its Bottled Frappuccino collection will expand to include two almond milk versions: vanilla and mocha. And, even better, those will reportedly include 35 percent fewer calories than the coffee and mocha versions that contain dairy.

Beginning in May 2018, Starbucks’ bottled Frappuccino collection will expand to include two almond milk versions: vanilla and mocha.

Starbucks is also releasing new Doubleshot Coffee Smoothies in May—also with almond milk. You can either grab the Dark Chocolate Banana or Vanilla Honey Banana to get a mix of your favorite nut milk, real fruit, and coffee, all in one. All four drinks clock in with between 20 and 30 grams of sugar, which ain’t nothing but for sure beats Starbucks’ bottled PSL’s whopping 42 grams of sugar.

Also, no need to wait until May to find your new go-to at the coffee chain: Starbucks is also releasing two new flavors of cold brew—vanilla and fig, and sweetened black—that will hit shelves in February. Just make sure to enjoy in moderation, as too much caffeine won’t do you any favors.

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