Dairy Alternatives

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Colombian company takes buffalo milk yogurt to US market

By Beth Newhart

Yogurt made from a base of water buffalo milk as an alternative to cow’s milk is popular in some markets, such as Italy. Colombian company Annabella produces its cheese, yogurt and dessert products in small batches for distribution in the US.

Dairy Dialog podcast 25: Expo West

Dairy Dialog podcast 25: Expo West

By Jim Cornall

The 2019 Natural Products Expo West show brought together more than 86,000 attendees from 136 countries this month in Anaheim, CA. As the world’s largest natural, organic and healthy products event, it’s tricky to cover the entire floor of more than 3,600...

Country music singer Kellie Pickler kicked off the race and met with fans at the finish line.

Silk pushed ‘healthy progress’ on the Grammy’s red carpet

By Beth Newhart

Ahead of last weekend’s Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Danone North America and Silk facilitated a 7K ‘fun run’ using a four mile-long red carpet. The dairy alternative’s new ‘Progress is Perfection’ campaign encourages non-dairy swaps and setting ‘wellness...

My Goodness! will be launched into the New Zealand market through supermarket chain Countdown in November.

Dairy-free ice-cream innovation with persimmons

By Jim Cornall

WellKit Foods International Ltd, a New Zealand nutritional foods company, is set to launch its flagship product innovation, My Goodness! – a fruit-based, non-dairy ice-cream – which it says will “revolutionize the globally-growing non-dairy dessert market.”

Rise struggled with sourcing oat ‘milk’ that was up to their standards because they place a strong emphasis on organic ingredients.

Organic nitro cold brew oat beverage lattes launching

By Beth Newhart

Coffee brand Rise Brewing Co. has introduced a line of ready-to-drink nitro cold brew lattes, including two flavors made with oat beverages. Consumer demand and ‘flavor profile’ drove the decision to use dairy alternatives, the company said.

Plant-Based Foods of Canada is comprised of food companies that make and market plant-based products that are part of a combination of, or are the main source of, proteins by a growing number of Canadians.

Launch of Plant-Based Foods of Canada

By Jim Cornall

Dairy giant Danone is one of several members of Canada's plant-based food industry that has announced the formation of Plant-Based Foods of Canada (PBFA).