As the assets of dairy conglomerate Dean Foods continued to be divided up following the company’s bankruptcy filing, plant-based dairy brand Good Karma announced today that it has repurchased the majority of the company once owned by Dean and also closed a “significant” amount of capital through new strategic partners.
In California, a revised FAW issued by the state Department of Public Health effectively prohibits the sale of hemp-derived CBD products, while the debate over defining an identity for the plant-based dairy category moves forward.
This month McConnell’s launched a line of dairy-free “ice cream” made from a proprietary blend of micronized pea protein.
In response to increasing demand for coconut products, SunTropics has announced ordering availability to retailers for its new dairy and gluten free coconut milk based pudding in four unique flavors: Original, Sea Salt Caramel, Cinnamon, and Classic Cocoa.
Is there really confusion on the market as to whether these alternative brands actually contain animal products like cow’s milk? During the 2017 Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, we spoke with both dairy and alternative dairy brands to find out how they perceive the proposed Dairy Pride Act.
Keeping dairy in the barnyard rather than out among the crops, the proposed bill, the Dairy Pride Act, declares that dairy foods should be made from the secretions of hoofed animals only.
Thrive Tribe, a 1908 Brands company, has launched a line of paleo-friendly, nutrient dense, dairy-free snacks at Expo East in Baltimore.
Forager Project has started a cultural revolution with the launch of a new line of Creamy Dairy-free Cashew Yogurts.
Daiya Foods, industry leader of dairy-free food favorites, today announced the company has improved the flavor of its Swiss and Provolone Style Slices, along with giving them a whole new look.