Koko Dairy Free launches the UK’s first unsweetened coconut based alternative to milk

Read Time:   |  5th October 2017

Koko Dairy Free is the first company to launch an Unsweetened coconut based alternative to milk to meet the needs of sugar and health conscious consumers.

Koko Dairy Free launches the UK’s first unsweetened coconut based alternative to milk

Koko Dairy Free is the first company to launch an Unsweetened coconut based alternative to milk to meet the needs of sugar and health conscious consumers. The new launch widens the offering of coconut based dairy alternatives available and brings the category in line with almond and soya milks where unsweetened options have been available for some time.

Koko Dairy Free Unsweetened has no added sugar and with only 16 calories per 100ml it’s one of the lightest plant based milks available on the market.  With a fresh, pure taste it is highly versatile and is great in tea and coffee, on cereals and in smoothies and sauces.

It is also free from dairy, soya, nuts and gluten; is fortified with calcium and vitamins and contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

Koko Dairy Free is unique in sourcing their coconut from their family’s own coconut plantation in the Far East.  With a wealth of experience in harvesting the coconuts at their ripest and then creating the highest quality coconut based products this new launch promises to be one of the best, and most versatile, plant based milks on the market.

Koko Dairy Free Unsweetened is available in Tesco and Ocado in the ambient and chilled aisles, Morrison’s and Waitrose in the ambient aisle and Sainsbury’s in the chilled aisle priced at £1.50 for 1 litre.

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