May 02, 2016 DENVER–Â Welcome to the morning coffee revolution â€“ especially for the vegan and dairy-free generation. Now launching,Â Coconut Cloud is for conscientious individuals who wake up craving a cup of java but don’t drink dairy. It’s a problem-solving product for people who want a clean coffee kick to start their day â€“ without forgoing the creamer.
Whether you want a latte or a flat white, Coconut Cloud will give you a bonafide, tastebud-tantalizing, plant-based pick me up in a coffee cup.Â But that’s not all. Although intensely creamy, this 100% dairy free, non-GMO, vegan, soy-free, gluten-free dried coconut milk product is also totally healthy.
This is no almond milk: this non-dairy creamer is made with 85% pure coconut; high in medium-chain fatty acids â€“ the good fats that help prevent infections and block pathogens. However, while the creamer is filled with clean ingredients, it’s worth mentioning whatâ€™s NOT in this product. As well as skipping the carrageenan, titanium dioxide, and trans fats, it has a low glycemic index to ensure your insulin levels don’t spike and cause that post-breakfast energy crash.
Contained in a useful resealable pouch, Coconut Cloud is set to be your on-the-go go-to because, unlike dairy, it doesn’t require refrigeration. It’s also compact and has a super-long shelf life of up to two years. Keep it in your kitchen to replace canned coconut milk in your Thai green curries; take it to the office for that everyday 11am tea break, or throw it in your bag to mix into that emergency drive-thru cup of joe.
About Coconut Cloud:Â Coconut Cloud is produced by esteemed health food purveyors Tundalaya â€“ who’ve been in the health-food game for 13 years â€“ with natural ingredients.
The innovative product is the brainchild of self-confessed coconut addict and company founder Kerry Carlson, whose continued mantra is, â€śEat More Plants!â„˘ â€ś; now made easy with Coconut Cloud, which is already available for delivery from Amazon.
Contact Kerry (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Director of Product Innovation, Lauren Walton (email@example.com), if youâ€™re curious about Coconut Cloud. Contact outreach is also available on their website, coconutcloud.net. You can find them on Facebook and Pinterest by searching â€śCoconut Cloudâ€ť or check out their Instagram photos @coconut.cloud and tweets at @coconut_cloud.