The coffee giant is planning on adding organic dried fruits to its menus starting next month.
The company announced the plans to add dried fruit and vegetables to its lineup Tuesday.
The company said it would include “dried fruits, green vegetables, herbs, and spices” as part of its organic menu in 2017.
Starbucks is expected to offer these items in the new year.
The organic and non-organic options will be limited to a handful of foods, but not necessarily the same items.
For instance, Starbucks will no longer be offering organic mangoes.
Dried fruits are a popular ingredient in beverages like watermelon, but their popularity has been waning in recent years.
Consumers are turning to other types of fruit for their daily intake.
In a survey conducted by the Natural Resources Defense Council last year, 52 percent of Americans said they’d prefer to consume less fruit and more vegetables.
Dairy-free products also have been gaining popularity among consumers.
Starbucks and other companies have been increasing the number of dairy-free options in their offerings, such as organic coconut milk, organic coconut water, and vegan and gluten-free almond milk.