How Starbucks’ Dairy Free Menu Will Be Different Than Its Dairy Queen One-Hour Menu

Starbucks has a new one-hour dairy free menu, but the dairy queen menu will be different than its sister menu, the company confirmed on Tuesday.

The company has been adding dairy-free options to its menu, such as vanilla ice cream, vanilla almond milk, and dairy-only milkshakes, as part of the company’s push to be “faster, more relevant, and more delicious.”

Starbucks has also announced a new line of Dairy Queen-branded beverages, including milk chocolate, chocolate milk, chocolate coffee, and espresso.

The company has also introduced the brand new Starbucks Coffee, and Starbucks Coffee Maker.

The new dairy free offerings will be available for purchase starting January 9.

The new Starbucks menu is the first to be available online, and will be a standalone product.

The brand new product, which will be called the “Starbucks Dairy Free One-Hundred Percent,” is available for $9.99.

The dairy free option will be free of cream, sugar, and other sweeteners.

The two new flavors Starbucks has announced will be the “Coffee and Chocolate” and “Caramel,” which are $3.99 each and will have a different price point.