Vitasoy has launched a new soy milk called ‘2 Beans’.
The milk is described as a premium café-only soy milk made with organic soy beans. Vitasoy says the milk is inspired by the fusion of coffee beans and soy beans.
To make the milk, Vitasoy says it grinds the soybeans before turning them into milk which helps create a creamy taste and texture.
The milk was on display at the 2017 International Coffee Expo held in Melbourne between 30 March and 1 April.
Cafes and other food service providers can contact Vitasoy if they are interested in using the milk. It is currently only available in Victoria and New South Wales.
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