It’s no secret that Americans love peanuts (at least not to us). What you may not realize is that alternative milks and plant-based proteins have changed the way we shop. Now, for the first time ever, those two trends come together in not one – but two – new peanut milk products.
If you’re already a fan of alternative milks, you know they’re not all the same – especially when it comes to protein content. More than ever, consumers are demanding products that compare favorably with cow’s milk on that front. Enter Elmhurst Milked Peanuts™ and Elmhurst Milked Peanuts™ with Chocolate, which offer simple ingredients, full flavor and 6g of protein in every 8 oz. glass (8g in the chocolate version). Both products are also non-GMO, gluten free, vegan, dairy free, lactose free and Kosher.
In addition to being our country’s first commercially available plant-based milk made from America’s favorite nut, Elmhurst Milked Peanuts™ ushers in a whole new peanut category innovation. Over the past eight years, the National Peanut Board has been working to help bring peanut milk to market and into the homes of peanut lovers across the country. From supporting the development of the initial concept, to assisting with the launch and introduction of the product, America’s peanut farmers have played a key role.
So what do America's peanut farmers think of peanut milk? Check out reactions from three farmers:
Elmhurst Milked Peanuts™ and Elmhurst Milked Peanuts™ with Chocolate will begin appearing on shelves in this month. To learn more about the patented cold milling process, or to find a store near you, visit www.elmhurst1925.com.
Five Fast Facts about Elmhurst Milked Peanuts
- Made using only whole, raw peanuts sourced exclusively from Georgia.
- Contains no pre-processed industrial pastes or industrial stabilizers, whiteners, emulsifiers or gums.
- Has 31 peanuts in every 8 oz. glass.
- Features a short list of ingredients: raw peanuts, filtered water, cane sugar, natural flavors and salt.
- Will stay fresh unopened in your refrigerator until the date printed on the bottle, which is about six months.