At Ripple, we believe that the recipe for healthy living is actually really easy.

Maybe you’re trying to eat a few more vegetables, or simply adding more colorful foods to your plate. Maybe you’re trying to eat a little less meat, or more whole grains. Whatever the choice and no matter how small, the great thing about those little choices is that they all add up. Changing the way you eat tends to have a ripple effect (get it?!) on how you live. Before you know it, you’re feeling stronger, healthier and more energetic. Life is good.

We also believe food is one of life’s great pleasures. Going dairy-free or trying to eat healthfully shouldn’t be a sacrifice. We’re taking a stand against dairy alternatives that are thin, chalky, or anything less than delicious. When you choose dairy-free, you shouldn’t have to give up great taste. That’s why we’ve made Ripple dairy-free, as it should be: a great source of protein, with half the sugar of dairy milk, and most importantly, rich, creamy, & delicious.

Ripple milk is made from the wholesome and humble yellow pea.

Dry peas are:

Studies have shown that whole pulses (the vegetable family that includes dry pease) have demonstrated cholesterol and lipid lowering propperties.1

Peas are an excellent source of protein too. Did you know that nearly all dairy alternatives have little or no protein? Almond milk has 1g of protein per serving. Coconut milk has none. Cashew milk has none*. Where’s the plant power? Ripple has 8g of plant-based protein per serving. Better nutrition, without compromise.

*1 cup of almond milk contains 1g protein per serving. 1 cup coconut milk contains 0g protein per serving. 1 cup cashew milk contains 0g protein per serving. Data from USDA National Nutritional Database for Standard Reference, release 28 (2015). Pertains to U.S. Products Only.

1 cup of almond milk contains 1g protein; 1 cup coconut milk contains 0g protein; 1 cup cashew milk contains 0g; vs. 1 cup Ripple Original contains 8g protein. Milk data from USDA National Nutritional Database for Standard Reference, release 28 (2015).

*Pertains to U.S. Products Only

The protein naturally found in peas helps you stay full. Studies show that pea protein activates the release of hormones in your body that keep you feeling full between meals.2 A glass of Ripple satisfies hunger, either blended into a smoothie or all by itself.

That’s why Ripple makes a great meal replacement and can help with weight loss.

Peas are packed with branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). Studies show that a diet rich in BCAA’s can help keep your body in a muscle building mode throughout the day, decrease belly fat

and gives you more energy.

Peas are easily digested and hypoallergenic. That means you get full without feeling bloated or uncomfortable.

The protein naturally found in peas helps you stay full. Studies show that pea protein activates the release of hormones in your body that keep you feeling full between meals.2 A glass of Ripple satisfies hunger, either blended into a smoothie or all by itself.

That’s why Ripple makes a great meal replacement and can help with weight loss.

Peas are packed with branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). Studies show that a diet rich in BCAA’s can help keep your body in a muscle building mode throughout the day, decrease belly fat

and gives you more energy

Peas are easily digested and hypoallergenic. That means you get full without feeling bloated or uncomfortable.

1 http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/industry-markets-and-trade/statistics-and-market-information/by-product-sector/crops/pulses-and-special-crops-canadian-industry/dry-pea/?id=1174597774743. 2 Diepvens K1, Häberer D, Westerterp-Plantenga M. Different proteins and biopeptides differently affect satiety and anorexigenic/orexigenic hormones in healthy humans. Int J Obes (Lond). 2008 Mar;32(3):510-8.

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How does Ripple compare to other milk

Protein

Ripple has 8g of plant-based protein per serving. That’s the same as dairy milk and 8x more than other dairy alternatives.

Comparison data from USDA National Nutritional Database for Standard Reference, release 28 (2015). *Pertains to U.S. Products Only

Sugar

Ripple has 1/2 the sugar of dairy milk and 15% less than other dairy alternatives.

Comparison data from USDA National Nutritional Database for Standard Reference, release 28 (2015).*Pertains to U.S. Products Only

Saturated fat

Ripple is very low in saturated fat. Dairy and coconut milk contain 6x and 9x more, respectively.

Comparison data from USDA National Nutritional Database for Standard Reference, release 28 (2015). *Pertains to U.S. Products Only

Calcium & Vitamin D

You get the highest levels of calcium & vitamin D by drinking Ripple.

Comparison data from USDA National Nutritional Database for Standard Reference, release 28 (2015). 2% dairy milk data used for Dairy comparison. *Pertains to U.S. Products Only

Dairy-Free. As It Should Be.