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Elmhurst - Milked Pistachio Barista, 32ozBrand - Elmhurst
Pistachio just got a new facelift with Elmhurst Milked Pistachio Barista. This rich, creamy plant milk is made from 5 simple ingredients. Its coffee’s new best pal!
- Nutrient-Dense Thick, Creamy, and Full-bodied Plant Milk
- Good source of Potassium, Iron and Protein
- Contains 4x more Nuts per Serving than Leading Brands
- Free from Gums, Fillers, and Artificial Preservatives
- Kosher, Vegan, Non-GMO, and Gluten-Free
- Comes in a Recyclable Carton
Rich, buttery, and slightly sweet, Elmhurst Milked Pistachio Barista is coffee’s match made in heaven. Made from just 5 ingredients, this milk is completely free from gluten, artificial gums, oils, and of course, it’s vegan and kosher friendly!
Innovation at its finest: Elmhurst produces its milk using a unique HydroRelease method, using only water, heat, and time. The nutrients are separated from the nut and then recombined to create full-bodied, creamy, and thick Pistachio Milk.
This method utilizes the whole nut, producing no waste product! Plus, it preserves all the fats, proteins, and fibers, producing a nutritious plant milk. In fact, each serving contains over 3g of protein!
Elmhurst’s Milked Pistachio Barista milk is designed for coffee, but you can combine it with any food or drink your heart desires. Want your morning porridge a little extra creamy? Why not pour this delicious Pistachio Milk all over it? Go nuts!
Directions of Use
Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened, pop into the refrigerator and consume within 7-10 days. Shake well before use.
Pistachio Milk (Filtered Water, Pistachios), Rice
Contains 2% or Less of: Cane Sugar, Dipotassium Phosphate, Himalayan Salt.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dipotassium Phosphate and is it harmful?
Dipotassium Phosphate is an inorganic compound derived from phosphorus. It’s mainly used by the food industry to emulsify, stabilize and add texture to foods. It’s generally recognized as safe by the Food and Drug Administration and commonly used by the food industry.