Mooala has expanded its dairy-free beverage portfolio with the launch of an organic coconut oat milk, with zero sugar and 50 calories per serving.
Made with toasted oats blended with coconut cream and a hint of cinnamon, the drink can be enjoyed on its own, stirred into coffee or incorporated into smoothies.
With no preservatives added, the refrigerated beverage has been created to meet a need for a better-for-you oat milk, Mooala said.
Jeff Richards, Mooala founder and CEO, said: “Consumers are increasingly migrating to the plant-based lifestyle to eat more mindfully, and oat milk is quickly becoming a mainstream favourite due to its versatility.
“However, most oat milks on the market are over-processed and full of sugary carbs. We wanted to offer consumers an organic and better-for-you option, so we introduced Mooala organic coconut oat milk. It’s a creamy and delicious gamechanger with zero grams of sugar per serving for people looking to keep up with their wellness goals.”
The beverage is available in the refrigerated aisle in Whole Foods and Safeway-Albertsons in the US, with a suggested retail price of $5.99.
Last year, Dallas-based Mooala secured $5 million in funding. The firm produces a range of organic dairy-free drinks, including original almond milk, vanilla bean almond milk, original banana milk, and chocolate banana milk.
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