Mooala launches organic plant-based creamers
The line is made with a base of coconuts and almonds.
Mooala, Dallas, announced the launch of a line of organic plant-based creamers made with a base of coconut cream and almonds and no added sugars. This creamer doesn’t separate when mixed with hot coffee, making Mooala a standout in the crowded plant-based creamer market, the company said.
The line comes in three flavors: Vanilla Bean, which is a blend of almonds, coconut cream and real vanilla beans; Oats ‘n’ Crème, which is coconut cream, almonds and milky oats; and Banana Nut, which is a creamy, nutty play on Mooala’s Bananamilk.
“Our fun recipes are organic, unsweetened and plant-based, which really sets us apart from the competition,” said Mooala founder and CEO Jeff Richards. “They’re great options for consumers who are lactose intolerant, embracing a healthier lifestyle, or just want a tasty way to join in on the plant-based movement.”
Like all the company’s other products, Mooala said, the creamers are organic, dairy-free, gluten-free, carrageenan-free and non-GMO. They have a suggested retail price of $3.99 per bottle. Initially, Mooala creamers launched in Central Market and The Fresh Market, and will be sold in Wegmans, ShopRite, Giant Martin and Earth Fare later this summer.
“We’re answering a growing need because, until now, the majority of plant-based options included added sugar and were merely non-GMO, which is not enough anymore,” said Richards. “Our creamers are USDA organic, which requires non-GMO ingredients but also maintains strict environmental and sustainability requirements.”