Starbucks announced its adapted real pumpkin spice latte in preparation for fall, which will be made with pumpkin puree instead of caramel coloring. Along with this announcement, it also released the new ingredients including sugar, condensed skim milk and pumpkin puree, turning the flavoring in this seasonal beverage entirely natural.
This move from artificial to natural ingredients is in an effort to keep up with the healthy eating pattern that consumers are integrating into their daily routines. The turn to healthy ingredients even by fast food chains like McDonalds, Chipotle and Taco Bell makes it clear that this shift in behavior is really here to stay.
Get ready to warm up to autumn with the sweet smells of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and the distinct taste of real pumpkin spice.