Danone-owned plant-based beverage brand Silk has expanded its line of yogurt alternatives in the US with a range of new Almondmilk Mix-Ins Yogurt Alternatives.
The new range offers an all-in-one plant-based snacking option in four vegan combinations, pairing an almondmilk base with a ‘unique mix-in’.
Each combination contains 5-6g of plant-powdered protein, is free of dairy, soy, gluten artificial flavours and high-fructose corn syrup, and are non-GMO Project Verified.
Coconut Chocolate combines coconut-flavoured yogurt alternative with almond pieces, toasted coconut and dark chocolate.
Apple Cinnamon and Maple Chocolate Banana both feature vanilla yogurt alternative. The first variety includes dried apple pieces and cinnamon granola, while the latter mixes the yogurt with banana, granola, maple almond slices and dark chocolate chips.
Mixed Berry Chia Granola, meanwhile, contains flax and chia seed granola in a mixed berry yogurt alternative.
“Silk is committed to providing its consumers with plant-based options for snacking on the go by expanding our dairy-free yogurt options,” said Joshua Cook, brand manager of Silk.
“Silk Almondmilk Mix-Ins Yogurt Alternatives are yet another way to easily swap plant-based options into your family’s diet without sacrificing great flavour.”
The new range adds to the brands existing yogurt portfolio which includes four oat milk yogurts within its Oat Yeah portfolio and almondmilk and soymilk yogurt alternatives.
Most recently, the Danone-owned Silk brand entered the ready-to-drink coffee category with two new lattes, released a new dairy-free half and half alternative, and a dairy-free whipped cream alternative.
Silk Almondmilk Mix-Ins Yogurt Alternatives are available now for an RRP of $2.29 per cup at retailers nationwide.
Earlier this month, Danone North America also expanded its So Delicious Dairy Free portfolio with new line of coconut yogurt alternatives paired with curated toppings.
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