Stumptown Coffee Roasters just got even more vegan-friendly. Last year, following a request from PETA, the specialty coffee shop eliminated the surcharge on all its dairy-free milks. Now, vegan food options are officially available at nearly all its stores, too.
The coffee shop chain—which received an “A” grade from us for its animal-friendliness—originated in Portland, Oregon (which we ranked the fifth vegan-friendliest city in the U.S.), and now has stores in six different states. In addition to no-cost almond and soy milk, each shop, except for the one in Chicago (which we hope to see join the list soon), now offers at least one vegan food option—and we’ve got your guide to them all!
At most Stumptown locations, you can pick up a vegan-friendly bottled, boxed, or canned coffee, like the delicious Coconut Cold Brew Coffee …
… or keep things simple with a bottle of Original Cold Brew Coffee:
You can also pick up a bottle of the company’s Holler Mountain or Ethiopia Guji Organic Cold Brew Coffee. Or order a latte, cappuccino, or other handcrafted beverage with almond or soy milk—cruelty-free and free of cost!
Partnering with local eateries in each city, Stumptown Coffee Roasters offers a variety of sweet and savory vegan options that vary based on location. You can get a Rainbow Rice Bowl from Lalito at select New York City Stumptown locations …
… a gooey PB&J Cookie and Marion Berry Hand Pie from Shoofly Vegan Bakery at select Portland locations …
… Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins from Flying Apron at select Seattle locations …
… and a Chai Blondie from Shake Sugary at its New Orleans location:
Plus, if you’re anywhere near Los Angeles, you can visit Stumptown’s Arts District shop and pick up a hot or cold Winsome to-go meal. The selection varies seasonally—options have included Vegan Roasted Carrots and Broccolini, a Forbidden Grain Bowl, strawberry chia pudding, and Winsome granola.
By offering more and more vegan drink and food options, Stumptown Coffee Roasters is helping to diminish the number of animals used, abused, and killed for milk, cheese, meat, and other “products.” We applaud the company for keeping up with today’s increasingly conscious consumers.
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