Almond Breeze now available in new single serve format
Almond Breeze is now selling flavoured milk options in single serve formats.
The new 250ml servings are available in chocolate, coffee and coconut flavours. They will be sold in petrol stations and convenience stores.
Almond Breeze says the new serving size is aimed at women seeking a healthy beverage alternative.
“As pioneers of the category we are proud to be the first almond milk brand to offer this convenient format,” said Roger Ringwood, Country Director for Almond Breeze Australia and New Zealand.
The single serve formats are lactose free and has a recommended retail price of AUD $2.99
Almond Breeze is owned by Blue Diamond Growers, a California based agricultural cooperative and marketing organisation specialising in almonds.
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