Nestle Japan launches plant-based coffee lattes
To meet the rapidly growing interest in plant-based food in Japan, Nestle has launched a range of plant-based coffees. The plant-based latte range from Nescafe Japan comes in two varieties – oat latte and almond latte. It includes ready-to-drink beverages, soluble mixes, and capsules for the Dolce Gusto coffee-maker system. The launch in Japan comes after Nestlé plant-based coffee mixes’ launches across several countries in Europe, Latin America and Oceania. “We are delighted to bring new coffee experiences with the launch of our Nescafé plant-based lattes in Japan. We are championing the discovery of plant-based food and beverages at Nestlé, and our iconic Nescafé brand is embracing and leading this trend,” said Philipp Navratil, head of beverages strategic business unit. The food and beverage company has already launched plant-based alternatives to dairy made from rice, oat, soy, coconut, pea and almonds across categories. Products include non-dairy ice cream, coffee creamers, rice- and oat-based drinks, pea-based beverages, plant-based cappuccinos and lattes, a vegan condensed milk alternative, as well as a range of non-dairy cheese to complement its plant-based burgers.
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