New non-dairy beverages tout various health claims and ingredients to stand out from competitors in the market.
Nutraw Foods, Irvine, Calif., is introducing 100% Raw Pistachio Nut Milk with 6 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber per serving.
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Royal Hawaiian Orchards strayed from soy to the Macadamia nut for its new line of Macadamia nut milks, available in sweetened and unsweetened original and vanilla varieties.
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Rebel Kitchen, a company based in the United Kingdom, launched its namesake beverage to the U.S. marketplace: dairy-free “mylk.” Rebel Kitchen drinks are made with four ingredients: filtered water, coconut milk and date nectar, with the coffee variant containing coffee and the chocolate version containing cacao.
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Healthy Brands Collective's Tempt brand is offering a coconut-hemp milk blend called Tempt Coconut Hemp Milk. Available in original and unsweetened varieties, the milks are certified kosher, NON-GMO Project Verified, soy free, carrageenan free and gluten-free.
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Denver-based WhiteWave Foods added Nutchello to its Silk lineup of dairy alternative products. The new range of nut-based beverages is available in three varieties: rich dark chocolate and walnuts, toasted coconut and cashews, and caramel almonds and cashews.
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Blue Diamond Growers expanded its Almond Breeze line with its Almondmilk Cashewmilk Blend. the non-dairy alternative is available in unsweetened vanilla, unsweetened original, vanilla and original varieties.
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Hain Celestial recently launched Almond Dream vanilla and vanilla unsweetened almond milk as well as improved versions of Almond Dream original and unsweetened almond milk. The beverages boast four times the almond content of other brands and are cholesterol and gluten-free.
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Veggemo from Richmond, B.C.-based Global Gardens Group contains pea protein, potato and tapioca starch. The beverages are shelf-stable and available in original, unsweetened and vanilla varieties.
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