Nestlé has unveiled its latest innovation for its plant-based products: a milk alternative that combines a unique blend of oat and fava, with a strong nutritional value.
NoMU has to be one of your editor's favourite brands - always agile, always on-trend, always offering class and quality! Latest in its line-up is NOMU ‘REDUCED SUGAR’ Chocmilk.
One of the largest dairy manufacturers in South Africa, Woodlands Dairy, has launched into the dairy alternative category with their oat drink range, Harvest. The launch comes as demand in dairy alternatives continues to grow both locally and abroad.
We are used to seeing plant milks being promoted for use in coffee. This is, after all, what has powered oat milk’s success over the past few years. But what about those who prefer to drink tea?
In a leap for the commercialisation of bio-engineered food, a new milk will soon hit US shelves that isn’t a wholly plant-based product - rather it's made from whey proteins produced by microflora engineered to spit out exactly the same proteins found in milk from a cow.
Here's some savvy innovation from Danone - the launch of the "first ever" formula milk in the UK to be sold in a pre-measured tab format.
Well-known, Capetonian brand-builder, Rui Esteves [from Brewers & Union] fame, has launched a new oat milk, OKJA Oat M*lk - in a funky, stylish way that taps deeply into the plant-based trend trajectory.
Yogi Sip has been a staple of South African culture for 25 years. However, for the children who grew up with the iconic drinking yoghurt, Yogi Sip was yet another element of their youth they were at risk of out-growing. Until now!
Following debuts in Asia, Nestlé has launched its stalwart Milo beverage with a new recipe and substantially less sugar in South Africa.