Frothable, vegan dairy alternative
By CANADIAN VENDING
Healthy food company BetterBody Foods, known for their popular powdered peanut butter PBfit, introduced Oatsome Organic Oat Milk. Offering more variety to the almond, soy, coconut, rice and other nut milks on the market, Oatsome is a sweet, creamy, slightly oat-flavoured dairy milk substitute that is completely vegan and plant-based.
With no added sugar and completely soy and nut free, Oatsome is appealing to both the health-conscious and allergy-prone consumers. The new milk is frothable, and can be used anywhere you would use other dairy or non-dairy milks; including smoothies, coffee, lattes, in cereal and for baking.
BetterBody Foods (BBF) founder Stephen Richards has been following the rise in popularity of oat drinks in Europe and even tracked down and partnered with an Italian family who has been making this beverage for years.
“We’re truly bringing the best Oat milk on the market to our customers,” Richards said in a press release. “Only the finest ingredients go into Oatsome – the highest quality organic, non-GMO, gluten-free oats and no added sugar, gums, thickeners or stabilizers ever.”
BetterBody Foods doesn’t use carrageenan in their products, which is rare among alternative milks. The oat milk touts itself as a sustainable alternative for the environment: Almonds require over six times as much water to grow than oats.