Silk confirms it has discontinued entire lineup of flavors as fans get nostalgic saying it ‘brought joy’ to mornings

SILK has bad news for fans who liked a particular product line.

The food and beverage brand is known for its milk alternatives.

The unsweetened almond cream flavor is just one that Silk fans can no longer buy


The unsweetened almond cream flavor is just one that Silk fans can no longer buyPhoto credit: Silk

All products are lactose and casein free.

However, a fan of the brand recently asked about the availability of unsweetened creamers.

The customer on X wrote: “Have you stopped all unsweetened milk jugs? It was the consistent thing that brought me joy in the mornings, and I would love it again.”

And Silk unfortunately broke the bad news and confirmed that they have been discontinued.

But it added: “We can definitely tell our team what you’re looking for.”

Silk’s unsweetened range of coffee creamers included various flavors such as almond.

Some of the ingredients included sunflower oil, pea protein, almond milk and natural flavors.

While prices may vary by location, Silk’s Sweetened Coffee Creamer flavors can be purchased for $4.90 at Walmart in 32-ounce containers.


But those forgoing another dairy-free, unsweetened option might be in luck.

That’s because another brand called nut capsules is widely available in grocery stores.

Many of its flavors are available in sugar-free variants, including almond coconut French vanilla variants and toasted marshmallow variants.

They sell at Walmart for $5.24 in 25.4-ounce containers.

Additionally, Walmart’s Great Value sells a sugar- and lactose-free French vanilla flavor for $2.68.


But Silk isn’t the only coffee creamer brand to have removed products from its range.

International Delight, for example, has eliminated its entire one-touch latte product line.

Her goal was to turn a coffee into a latte in seconds.

According to the instructions, customers only had to fill their cups two-thirds full with coffee before shaking and applying the toppings.

The cans were available in vanilla, mocha and caramel flavors.

International Delight also ditched the chocolate macadamia flavor.

Additionally, International Delight’s Cold Stone Creamery flavor has been discontinued.

As for rival Coffee-Mate, the company confirmed that its biscuit and cocoa flavor has been axed.

The flavor consisted of seed oils, natural and artificial flavors, and carrageenan.

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There were also five grams of added sugar.

Previously, the creamer was sold at Kroger in a 32-fluid-ounce container for $4.69.

Aila Slisco

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