Mooala, the US producer of dairy-free beverages, is expanding its portfolio with a new line of plant-based creamers with no added sugar.
Three flavours are available: vanilla bean, containing a blend of almonds, coconut cream and real vanilla beans; oats ‘n’ crème, with coconut cream, almonds and milky oats; and banana nut, made with bananas and real nuts.
Like all Mooala’s products, the new creamers are USDA organic, dairy-free, gluten-free, carrageenan-free and non-GMO.
“Crafting delicious, organic, plant-based beverages is in our DNA, so introducing Mooala creamers to the marketplace was a fun and logical evolution for our brand,” said Mooala founder and CEO Jeff Richards.
“Our fun recipes are organic, unsweetened and plant-based, which really sets us apart from the competition. They’re great options for consumers who are lactose intolerant, embracing a healthier lifestyle, or just want a tasty way to join in on the plant-based movement.”
Each flavour is available with a suggested retail price of $3.99 per bottle. Initially, the line has launched at Central Market and The Fresh Market, and will be sold in Wegmans, ShopRite, Giant Martin and Earth Fare later this summer.
Last year, Dallas-based Mooala secured $5 million in equity capital. 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.
In February, it launched an organic coconut oat milk with zero sugar and 50 calories per serving.
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