Danone-owned plant-based beverage brand Silk has added to its range of Oat Yeah oat milk products with a new zero-sugar option.
Silk claims that the Oat Yeah The 0g Sugar One product is the first zero-sugar product in the oat milk category, providing a new option to consumers who are looking to reduce their consumption of sugar.
Oat Yeah The 0g Sugar One is free from dairy, soy, cholesterol, artificial colours and flavours and is Non-GMO Project Verified, and Silk claim that the product delivers a creamy texture inspired by dairy milk, but without the sweetness.
Travis Hayes, brand manager for Silk said: “Silk has the largest unsweetened portfolio of any plant-based beverage brand. In fact, consumer interest in options with zero grams of sugar has doubled in 2019.
“By introducing an oatmilk with zero grams of sugar, we continue to bring innovative options to meet ever-evolving consumer preferences.
“Oat Yeah The 0g Sugar One combines an ultra-creamy texture and balanced taste for versatility. It’s delicious when sipped cold on its own, it serves as an excellent dairy milk alternative in recipes, and it can be used to add a tasty dollop of foam to your morning coffee.”
Oat Yeah The 0g Sugar One is now available from selected US retailers, with a suggested retail price of $3.99 for a half-gallon carton.
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