People Are Going Bananas For This Vegan Milk Made From Fruit

This dairy-free banana milk is blowing people's minds
Bananamilk is also available in stores (Photo: Facebook)

There's a new plant-based milk in town - and this one is made out of pureed bananas, and doesn't contain nuts.

Made by vegan brand Mooala, the product is the industry's first organic, nut- and dairy-free Bananamilk.

The milk fuses pureed bananas and roasted sunflower seeds with a dash of cinnamon and salt; it can be used it smoothies, cereal, baked treats, and even in coffee.

And according to media outlet POPSUGAR, which reviewed the new milk, it 'smells like banana bread', and it is 'light, refreshing, creamy, and not cloying'.

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The plant-based U.S. brand offers the milk in four flavors: original and chocolate Bananamilk, as well as original and vanilla bean Almondmilk.

"We're not just nuts – we're bananas too," said Mooala Founder and CEO Jeff Richards. 

"Bananamilk is a great alternative for families with sensitive tummies, or for consumers looking for a new and exciting dairy alternative."

Mooala is widely available in the Southwest U.S. in retailers such as Whole Foods, Costco, and H-E-B.

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