Tuesday, 26 November 2019 11:13

Can’t beat them, join them

Written by  Milking It

Another sign has appeared showing plant-based dairy products taking over conventional dairy space.

American dairy processor Chobani says it will soon launch vegan oat milk and dairy-free yogurt.

Chobani has specialised in dairy products since its launch in 2005. It is the top-selling Greek yogurt brand in America and it operates the largest yogurt facility in the world.

Now the dairy brand is stepping into the plant-based food sector. It will soon launch a vegan dairy line, Chobani Oat. It will offer oat milk in flavors plain, vanilla, chocolate and plain extra creamy. It will also offer vegan coffee creamers.

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