Local Dunkin’ cafes offer almond milk 

by Laura King / Beacon Staff • September 18, 2014

Dunkin’ Donuts has introduced almond milk as a non-dairy option. According to Dunkin’ Brands’ Public Relations and Social Media Specialist Nicole Shepard, customers can choose this substitute in “75 percent of Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants,” including those in Boston.

“We expect more restaurants to begin offering it in the near future,” Shepard said. 

Sweetened vanilla Almond Breeze milk is the new option for nondairy creamers. The substitute is $0.50 extra for lattes, but there is no charge for regular coffee.