With new Silk Extra Creamy Almondmilk joining the ranks of the Silk almond portfolio — which also includes beverages, coffee creamers and yogurt alternatives — Silk is making it easier than ever to start a plant-based journey in 2022.

New Silk Extra Creamy Almondmilk is made with a blend of three kinds of almonds for a silky-smooth taste and has up to 50% more calcium than reduced fat milk, is an excellent source of calcium and vitamin E, and has zero grams of cholesterol. 

Are you plant-curious and resolved to have a more plant-powered 2022? Prove it! Flash Silk a picture of your fridge — with at least one Silk product inside — for a chance to win free Silk products through 2022. For an opportunity to win, post your fridge photo to your Instagram feed, tagging @Silk and using #SilkFridgeFlash and #Sweepstakes between now and Jan. 27. Silk will choose 22 lucky fridge flashers to receive free Silk for the rest of the year so they can embrace plant-based alternatives in 2022 and beyond.

"We’re thrilled to introduce Silk Extra Creamy Almondmilk to Silk’s almond portfolio, just in time for the New Year,” said Derek Neeley, vice president of marketing for Silk. “Almond is a great way to start your plant-based journey, and our new Extra Creamy almondmilk, along with our almond-based coffee creamers and yogurt alternatives, offers options to incorporate plant-based products throughout the day. Our Silk Fridge Flash initiative makes it even more compelling for flexitarians to add plant-based alternatives to their shopping list.”

About Silk
Silk was founded on a promise to make the world a healthier place. As a steward of the environment, we believe that plant-based foods are the best way to nourish people and the planet. Today we offer a broad portfolio of great-tasting plant-based options, including soymilk, almondmilk, cashewmilk, coconutmilk, oatmilk, dairy-free coffee creamers, and dairy-free yogurt alternatives. Silk's entire plant-based portfolio is verified by the Non-GMO Project, and we also offer Silk almondmilk and Silk soymilk in organic options. Since 2009, Silk has been committed to water conservation and restoration. Because we believe that nature shouldn't go thirsty, and neither should you.