Good Karma Foods Launches New Plantmilk Line
This creamy and nutritious vegan milk alternative is made of oats, flax, and peas.
Known for its Flaxmilk and other dairy-free alternatives, Good Karma Foods launches a new Plantmilk line. The Colorado-based company offers a tasty lineup of plant-based fare including vegan sour cream, flavored dips, and non-dairy milk varieties. Good Karma recently debuted their creamy Plantmilk line and you need to try it.
Good Karma Plantmilk
This new and exciting non-dairy milk is the first of its kind, as it includes a blend of oats, flax, and peas—hey, three plants are better than one! Unlike other milk alternatives, Good Karma Plantmilk packs the creamy mouthfeel that milk drinkers expect. This innovative beverage has the creaminess of 2% milk sans the cruelty and is loaded with plant-based nutrition.
“We believe in foods and beverages that are nutritious and delicious and let plants shine,” said Doug Radi, CEO of Good Karma Foods. “By blending the best of oats, peas, and flax in our Plantmilk, we’ve introduced an alternative to alternative milks that’s creamier, delicious and nutritious. Put simply, it’s the cream of the crops.”
Five Times More Protein Than Almond Milk with the Creaminess of Oat Milk
The oat, flax, and pea trifecta offers five times more protein than almond milk weighing in at about 5g of this macronutrient per serving. Each cup of Plantmilk also contains 800 mg of vegan Omega-3 fatty acids and is fortified with calcium, vitamins A, D, and B12.
They just released a shelf-stable Plantmilk lineup on their online store that includes an original and unsweetened variety that has 0g of sugar.
The Plantmilk collection also includes a refrigerated line with original, vanilla, and chocolate varieties. Look for them in select stores including Fresh Thyme and Natural Grocers.
Good Karma Flaxmilk
While the company has embarked on new plant-based innovations, fans undoubtedly know the brand for its flax products. From Original and Unsweetened Flaxmilks to protein-enhanced cartons and flavored lunchbox minis, the brand has the go-to for all things flax. The Good Karma Flaxmilk line is powered by this superfood seed which provides important plant-based Omega-3 fatty acids. As these flaxseed products remain the company’s flagship collection, the brand aims to build on the nutritional benefits of these original products while emphasizing flavor, nutrition, and texture. No matter which Good Karma faves you frequent, all non-dairy milks are free from glyphosate and common allergens such as nuts and soy.
Good Karma’s plant-based products can be found in major retailers nationwide, on Amazon, and on the company’s website. To celebrate their Plantmilk launch, use promo code VEGOUT50 at goodkarmafoods.com for a special 50% off deal on their shelf-stable Plantmilk line for a limited time only.
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