Almond Breeze introduces new long-life Almond milk combinations into range
‘Unsweetened Almond and Coconut Blend’ and ‘Unsweetened Almond and Cashew’ blend are suitable for vegans and contain less than 45 calories per serving.
The almond and coconut version contains 2 per cent almonds along with coconut cream for taste. The almond and cashew product has 1.1 per cent almonds and 0.9 per cashews.
Both products are promoted as being a good source of calcium and that they contain no cholesterol.
The products are each sold in 1 litre cartons at Woolworths and Coles with a recommended retail price of AUD$3.29.
About Almond Breeze
Almond Breeze is owned by Blue Diamond Growers which is a California based agricultural cooperative and marketing organisation which specialises in almonds.
Almond Breeze Unsweetened Almond and Coconut Blend and Unsweetened Almond and Cashew Blend are available in one litre cartons
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