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Califia Farms launches plant-based milk matching dairy nutrition levels

Califia Farms, a leading dairy alternative brand, has introduced Califia Farms Complete, a plant-based milk that offers similar nutritional value to dairy.

Crafted from a fusion of pea, chickpea, and fava bean protein, this plant-based milk boasts nine essential nutrients, eight grams of protein, all nine crucial amino acids, and half the sugar content found in traditional dairy milk.

An 8oz serving of this plant-based milk provides equivalent or higher levels of nine essential nutrients compared to an equivalent serving of dairy milk. These nutrients include protein, calcium, vitamins A, D, and B12, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and riboflavin.

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According to Mintel data, Califia Farms noted that while plant-based milks are favored for their taste and relatively lower fat, sugar, and calorie content compared to dairy milk, their new product caters to the 60% of consumers worried about nutrient deficiencies when consuming plant-based beverages.

Available in a 40oz refrigerated format, this product is free from the nine major allergens identified by the FDA: milk, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, fish, crustacean shellfish, wheat, soybeans, or sesame. Additionally, it is certified non-GMO Project Verified.

Suzanne Ginestro, chief marketing officer of Califia Farms, commented, “The launch of Califia Farms Complete is a stand-out addition to our product portfolio and signals a shift in the way we think about plant-based milks.”

She added, “This product is not only irresistibly delicious and creamy, but it also delivers an undeniably impressive number of vitamins and minerals that rival that of dairy milk.”

Califia Farms is expanding its dairy-free beverage line-up with the addition of five new items, alongside the Califia Farms Complete.

The Matcha Almond Latte features authentic matcha green tea powder combined with Califia’s almond milk. Designed for optimal steaming and frothing, the Organic Oat and Coconut Barista Blends are perfect for barista use. Additionally, the Pure Black Sweetened Ice Coffee base is brewed to seamlessly blend with Califia’s plant-based milk and creamers.

Exclusively available for a limited time, the Chocolate Strawberry Almond Creamer provides a sweet alternative to traditional dairy creamers, infusing delightful strawberry and chocolate flavors.

The newly launched products are currently accessible at chosen retailers throughout the US, including Target, Walmart, and Kroger.

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