Pistachio Nut Milk from Three Trees Organics is made with only five simple ingredients, including organic California pistachios, it has a rich and buttery flavor that is like no other plant-based milk you’ve ever tried. It’s excellent over cereal and granola, pistachio hot chocolate, chai tea, coffee, smoothies, baked goods, and more. Pistachio Nut Milk is USDA Organic, dairy-free, vegan and plant-based.
The newest member of the Three Trees family is a smooth organic Oat & Seed Oatmilk. A delightful blend of three seeds (flax, pumpkin, and sunflower) with oats creates a creamy, delicious, and nutrient-packed oatmilk without any vegetable oils. This clean, vegan oatmilk has only five ingredients, which includes filtered water, organic gluten-free oats, organic sunflower seeds, organic pumpkin seeds, and organic flaxseeds. Perfect with coffee, tea, and matcha, or enjoyed in cereal, oatmeal, and more.
Good Karma Foods, a pioneering brand offering plant-based milk and dairy alternatives, today announced the launch of Plantmilk. A blend of oat, flax and peas, Plantmilk is a new kind of milk that combines the very best plant-based ingredients to deliver the creaminess and great nutrition non-dairy milk consumers desire. Looking to accelerate growth in the year ahead, Good Karma also celebrates the rollout of a brand refresh, a new direct-to-consumer website and an expanded leadership team.
Danone North America's Silk continues to see strong category increases in the oat beverage category with triple-digit growth. Oat continues to be a consumer favorite in plant-based offerings, so Silk plans to be assertive in this segment, recognizing the potential in the oatmilk category. Most recently, Silk has re-introduced Silk Oatmilk with refreshed packaging and formula in four SKUs: Original, Zero Sugar, Vanilla, and Extra Creamy.
Wunda will be sold initially in in France, the Netherlands, and Portugal.
May 5, 2021
Nestlé is launching Wunda, a new pea-based alternative milk. Wunda will launch first in France, the Netherlands and Portugal, with a rollout to other European markets planned. In addition to the original recipe, the Wunda range includes unsweetened and chocolate versions.
(Editor's Note: This bereavement notice was written by the team at Califia Farms on March 15, 2021.)
It is with a heavy heart we share the news of the passing of our company’s founder, Greg Steltenpohl. He built the Califia Farms brand from the ground up with a passion for nourishing people and the planet. Greg touched so many lives on his plant-fueled journey to make the world a healthier place. He will be profoundly missed. We tip our hats to our visionary founder.
HP Hood has hired Robbie Lock as its new Sustainability Manager. This announcement comes as the company celebrates its 175th year with continued innovation, growth, and a renewed commitment to sustainability.
Califia Farms, a leading plant-based beverage company, is announcing two new additions to its best-selling line of Barista Blends: Mushroom Oat Barista Blend and Hemp Barista Blend. The new barista-tested plant milks double as creamers and offer even more variety to the morning coffee ritual while delivering on functional ingredients – which was named the most important quality in plant-based alternative milks and creamers by 1 in 5 coffee drinkers in new research conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Califia Farms.
Silk, America’s No. 1 plant-based beverage brand, is celebrating the release of its new high-protein beverage Silk ULTRA by giving fitness enthusiasts the chance to win the gym gear they need to keep crushing the game – from the convenience of their home. Introducing the Silk ULTRA Upgrade, which will arm athletes with hard-to-get equipment such as kettlebells, free weights, resistance bands, and an ample supply of Silk ULTRA to take them through the year. But for a chance to upgrade, they must unleash their inner beast mode by completing one of two 10-minute, high-intensity ULTRA Sweat Sessions, hosted by decorated athletes Michael Phelps and Aly Raisman.
Sproud, the Swedish maker of a range of plant-based milks announced it has raised $6.5 million from growth capital investor, VGC Partners. The investment will be used to grow Sproud’s team, accelerate the brand’s distribution and brand building activities in the company’s core markets - including the US, Canada, and the UK - and for further development of its plant-based and dairy-free product range.