Nestlé USA is boosting its Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss range of creamers with three dairy alternative variants, as it responds to rising interest in plant-based products.
The Natural Bliss Half and Half blend contains a mixture of almond milk and coconut cream, and is available two variants: vanilla and unsweetened.
Meanwhile, a new oat milk creamer is made with cane sugar, natural vanilla flavour and real oat milk. Nestlé said it is a great non-dairy option for those who have dietary restrictions but still want a simple, rich addition to their beverage.
Jason Merideth, Natural Bliss marketing director, said: “We know the right ingredients matter, and our Natural Bliss creamers simply use what’s needed to give people ways to experience delicious moments every day.”
“With rising interest in plant-based products, our two new non-dairy options are suitable for dietary restrictions and preferences, and they allow consumers to feel great about the choice they make each morning.”
The Half and Half products and new oat milk are now available in the US in 16oz bottles with a suggested retail price of $3.49 and $3.29 respectively.
Nestlé USA has also announced that Natural Bliss toasted coconut will hit US shelves this year, made with real milk and cream as well as extracts of coconut.
Last year, Nestlé launched a cold brew coffee range under its Natural Bliss portfolio, available in a sweet cream and a mocha flavour.
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