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Silk Debuts New Vegan Oat Milk Creamers

The vegan brand has expanded its line of oat milk products with the launch of new "Oat Yeah" Oatmilk Creamer. Made using gluten-free oats, the new nut-free creamer comes in two flavors: Vanilla, featuring a natural vanilla flavor that is sweet and creamy; and Oatmeal Cookie, with a hint of cinnamon.

Oat Yeah Oatmilk Creamers are available in grocery stores nationwide, including Target, Walmart, and Sprouts.
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