Organic, dairy-free beverages maker, Mooala, has introduced a line of shelf-stable plant-based milks and creamers.
According to Mooala, its new non-perishable offerings contain no added sugar and each serving of plant milk is a source of calcium. All flavours are free from gluten and carrageenan, and are non-GMO.
The new line features four milk alternatives: Original Bananamilk, a source of potassium made with bananas and sunflower seeds; Unsweetened Coconut Oatmilk, made with gluten-free oats and offering 0g of sugar per serving; Unsweetened Almondmilk in original and vanilla bean flavours.
Mooala has also introduced three shelf-stable creamers: banana nut, oats ‘n’ crème and vanilla bean.
Made with a base of coconut cream and almonds, the creamers’ plant-based composition doesn’t separate when mixed with hot coffee, according to Mooala.
Mooala’s plant-based milks are available on Amazon as a six-pack of one-litre Tetra Paks, and the creamers are offered as a four-pack of 330ml Tetra Paks.
In addition, all four milk alternatives and the oats ‘n’ crème and vanilla bean creamers are available at select Albertsons, Safeway and Central Market stores.
Last year, Mooala completed an $8.3 million Series A funding round as it aimed to accelerate product development.
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