This Woman Wants To Change The Vegan Milk Market With A New Product

The company wants to make it easy and neat to make homemade almond milk
 

One woman and her team are on a mission to revolutionize how you make almond milk at home with a new product.

Goodnuss, a nut-milk innovation company headquartered in Portland,is planning to launch a 'simple to use' bag with a nut blend which will make it easier and neater to make your own almond milk.

It has launched a crowdfunding campaign to bring the 'Milk it Yourself' sacks to market.

Easy

According to the brand: "For the first time ever, nut milk drinkers can make fresh nut milk at home in seconds without the need for an expensive appliance or complicated recipes, and all with no mess. 

"Goodnuss offers freshly made pre-blended pulp inside a patented and reusable mess-free nut milk bag. 

"Our backers will get a product that is unique and easy-to-use and allows nut milk drinkers to conveniently reuse the bag with our ready to ship nut pulp refill bags. Just add water, shake, strain then enjoy."

You can blends come in a range of flavours (Photo: Goodnuss)

Quality

According to the company, its product 'makes it easier than ever to get the health benefits of homemade nut milkalong with the time-saving convenience of store bought milk'. 

It says: "We pre-blend and soak the nuts so that you don't have to! All you need to do is just add filtered water. You don't even have to look up a recipe. We use only the highest quality ingredients, because that's what you deserve.

"And you never have to worry about the nutrition label because you can KNOW that we will never put in any harmful additives, and your milk will always be made from 100 percent nuts... never two percent nuts and 98 percent filler ingredients you can't pronounce."

To find out more, visit the crowdfunder here

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