Adam Lowry wants you to drink your peas. Not just any old peas, mind you, but peas processed into a protein-laden, plant-based milk alternative from his new startup Ripple Foods.
No sooner had we finally convinced our moms to switch from the whole milk they grew up guzzling (and forcing us to chug daily) to almond milk than a new milk appeared on the market…
There’s a new milk that’s about to start vying for inclusion in your coffee cups and smoothie bowls… and it’s made from — wait for it — yellow peas.
An interesting announcement just came from a company named Ripple Foods: They’re bringing pea milk to grocery store shelves.
Hate soy milk? Not into almond milk? Now there’s a new nondairy alternative you can try: pea milk. (And yes, it’s actually milk made out of peas.)
The new dairy-free alternative is packed with healthy nutrients that can banish bloating and help with weight loss.
A decade ago, you probably would have scrunched your nose at the very thought of almond milk. But now, almond milk is the new cow’s milk among calories counters, the health-conscious, and those
Even though cow’s milk has plenty going for it, there’s no shortage of dairy alternatives out there these days. But the latest to join the ranks has everyone buzzing…
Remember when everyone drank milk from cows? Now, the only people who drink animal protein are, like, your parents.
Ripple milks are made from non-GMO pea protein, are allergen-friendly, and have eight times more protein than almond milk. Ripple Foods, makers of a new pea-protein based milk, is readying for nationa
A new alternative to cow milk comes from a source you wouldn’t expect: peas.