Known for plant-based milk, Bolthouse is now offering cold pressed juices and organic vegan protein shakes to consumers.
Both the juices and the shakes are part of a new line called 1915 Organic.
The certified organic and GMO free shakes - which will become available this month - come in Chocolate, Vanilla, and Coffee flavors.
The main ingredients are almond milk, coconut water, and pea protein - with each shake amounting to 12g of plant-based protein per shake.
A General Manager at Campbell's Soup - the company which owns Boathouse - Todd Putman said the aim is to meet consumer demands.
He told BEVNET: "More people are making better-for-you, sustainable food choices."
The products will be available at such retailers as Kroger, Meijer, and Key Foods.
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