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The plant-based and dairy-free alternative sectors have been seeing a ripple-effect over the last few years that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
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The shelf-stable, pea protein-packed milk boxes are a perfect way for parents to fight against dairy milk’s unfortunate return to the National School Lunch Program.
The 8oz packs, which are made shelf-stable through a manufacturing process, are available in both Chocolate and Vanilla, with Original and Unsweetened Original set to be released later on this year.
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Alternatives to dairy milk have spiked in popularity over the last several years, with U.S. sales of milk made out of plants reaching nearly $2 billion in 2015.