Mooala Introduces Strawberry Bananamilk
The new beverage is crafted from real fruits and roasted sunflower seeds
Mooala, a maker of premium, organic, dairy-free beverages, introduced Mooala Strawberry Bananamilk, a strawberry flavored, dairy-free milk alternative. Answering growing consumer need for plant-based options without added sugar, Mooala's new Strawberry Bananamilk hits the refrigerated aisle at select Whole Foods and Albertsons-Safeway stores, with additional retailers slated to carry the new beverage in late 2018 or early 2019
Crafted from real fruits and roasted sunflower seeds, the new Mooala Strawberry Bananamilk (SRP $5.99) is USDA-certified Organic and offers a new flavor to the marketplace that consumers may enjoy guilt-free. At just 70 calories per serving and no added sugar, this nut-free vegan beverage features about as much potassium as a small banana, while providing a source of calcium and a good source of vitamin C in every serving. Mooala Strawberry Bananamilk is carrageenan- and gluten-free, and kosher, with no preservatives added.
Mooala Strawberry Bananamilk joins the company's full suite of organic beverages, including Original Almondmilk, Vanilla Bean Almondmilk, Original Bananamilk and Chocolate Bananamilk, to provide individuals with lactose intolerance, nut-free diets, or those simply looking to embrace a healthy lifestyle with a wide range of options.
Launched in 2016, Mooala was inspired by Richards' own lactose intolerance and his inability to find a quality non-dairy alternative he wanted to drink. The popularity of its signature Bananamilk has skyrocketed in recent months, having being named one of the top food trends for 2018 by Whole Foods Market and industry leading tastemakers.