Daily Harvest launches plant-based milk in two flavours

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The company continues to challenge the status quo by entering the growing plant-based milk category.

US based Daily Harvest has recently introduced Mylk, plant-based milk made with clean, whole ingredients: just transitional organic almonds, a pinch of Himalayan sea salt and sometimes vanilla bean. Unlike most plant-based milk on the market, Daily Harvest Mylk is undiluted, as well as 100 per cent free of gums, emulsifiers, preservatives, added sugars or carrageenan. 

Daily Harvest Mylk uses transitional organic almonds, resulting in plant-based milk that’s free of harmful chemicals. With the company’s help, its partner almond farm is able to transition from conventional to organic, a three-year and otherwise expensive process. Supporting farmers is part of Daily Harvest’s commitment to increasing access to organic fruits and vegetables and encouraging regenerative farming practices. 

Daily Harvest Mylk is the next bold move in a steady stream of innovations from the young company that isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo. Today, Daily Harvest offers more than 85 clean, nourishing items across ten collections, including Mylk, Flatbreads, Harvest Bowls, Soups, Smoothies, Oat Bowls, Chia Bowls, Lattes, Bites and Scoops, a decadent plant-based ice cream.  

Daily Harvest Mylk is launching with two flavors: Almond and Almond + Vanilla, and will be expanding into Cashew Mylk in early 2021 with additional plant-based milks to follow. Pricing starts at $7.99 and each box prepares eight cups – or a half-gallon – of Mylk.


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