Vinamilk launches soymilk and milk tea products in South Korea


Vietnamese dairy company Vinamilk has launched its soymilk and milk tea products in South Korea as part of its expansion strategy in the country.

Vinamilk’s soymilk, which has been launched in multiple variants such as almond, walnut, and red bean, along with milk tea are distributed by the company’s local partner – Vina Korea.

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Customers in South Korea can buy Vinamilk’s products via e-commerce websites like 11St, eBay and will soon be available at 7-Eleven and GS25 outlets.

Seol Boo Chun – Director of Vina Korea said: “With its unique and rich nutty flavor, I believe these products will satisfy consumers thirst in a more nutritious way.

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“Vinamilk’s milk tea contain twice the tea leave extract comparing with the existing products in the market, allowing consumers to enjoy the deep aroma that has commonly found in European tea product.”

Vinamilk claims that several years before soymilk and milk tea, its sweetened condensed creamer had established as one of the top imported brands by sales volume in South Korea.

Vinamilk soymilk and milk tea

Customers in South Korea consuming Vinamilk soymilk and milk tea. Photo courtesy of Vinamilk.

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