VegNews Daily

New Vegan Option at Starbucks

Corporate coffee king goes beyond soy lattes and introduces a vegan-friendly meal to its Bistro Box line.

Starbucks unveiled a totally vegan food menu item on Tuesday to correspond with its announcement of new summertime lunch boxes and iced coffee beverages. According to a company spokesperson, the Sesame Noodles Bistro Box contains no animal products and features “creamy peanut dressing” and “baked tofu with lightly spiced lime glaze” in addition to an array of vegetables. The meat-free option comes as good news to vegans and vegetarians who can’t kick their Starbucks habit but enjoy a little bit of sustenance from time to time, too. Starbucks is the largest coffee company in the world with roughly 17,000 franchises worldwide.

 Comments

Indian State Bans Consumption of Beef

In landmark legislation, the sale and consumption of beef has been banned in India's second largest state.
Read More »

Vegan Street Fair Comes to Los Angeles City Streets

Annual outdoor food festival takes over Hollywood streets.
Read More »

James and Suzy Cameron's Elementary School Goes Vegan

MUSE school officially goes plant-based this fall.
Read More »

US Government: Eat a Plant-Based Diet

Federal committee hopes to “transform the food system” with new guidelines.
Read More »

New Study: Vegan Diet Benefits Childhood Obesity

Research shows that a plant-based diet helps children lose weight and lower risk of heart disease.
Read More »

This Week on VegNews TV: The secret to these delightful sweet treats is white beans! Aylin Erman shows you how to make these simple blondies.

More Videos »