Vegan Brand So Delicious Launches New Dairy Free Drinks In Plant Based Bottle

The company wants 'to grow as a clean and sustainable brand'
The new organic milk has six ingredients (Photo: So Delicious)

Plant-based milk maker So Delicious Dairy Free has launched three new Organic Almondmilks with Cashew – in what it calls a breakthrough, primarily plant-based packaging.

The brand now offers more than 100 dairy-free products.

According to So Delicious, its products contain seven ingredients or fewer, including vanilla extract and responsibly-sourced coconut sugar, without 'excessive' use of stabilizers and thickeners.

Flavor

Aubrey Yuzva, Senior Brand Manager, So Delicious Dairy Free, said: "Every ingredient has a purpose, and every flavor comes to life in its own unique way.

"It's so delicious, you'll be so surprised it's such a simple recipe with no extra."

Plant-based bottle

The brand has also developed 'the first primarily plant-based bottle in the refrigerated dairy case' in what it calls 'an effort to continue to grow as a clean and sustainable brand'.

A spokesperson said: "The recyclable bottles are at least 80 percent plant-based, reducing the brand's dependence on fossil fuels."

So Delicious Organic Almondmilk is  available at retailers nationwide.

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