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Silk Introduces Plant-Based Half & Half Alternative

This half & half alternative is made by using oatmilk as part of its formulation, which offers a taste and texture that is reminiscent of traditional dairy milk.
By SIN Bureau
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Silk, America's plant-based beverage brand, is introducing a new dairy-free half & half alternative, perfect for splashing into your winter drink of choice: coffees, teas, lattes and more.

Silk® Introduces NEW Plant-Based Half & Half Alternative
Plant-Based Half & Half Alternative

The brand claims that the new Silk Dairy-Free Half & Half Alternative provides the neutral flavor and creamy texture that half & half lovers expect and it's completely plant-based.

This half & half alternative is made by using oatmilk as part of its formulation, which offers a taste and texture that is reminiscent of traditional dairy milk. Each serving has 0g of added sugar, 1.5g of fat, and is free of dairy, nuts, artificial flavors and cholesterol. It's also keto-friendly, Non-GMO Project Verified and gluten-free. 

"Silk is excited to expand its lineup of dairy-free options for those who want a splash of cream — without the 'moo' — in their morning brew," said Martha Opela, Senior Brand Manager for Silk.

"Silk Dairy-Free Half & Half Alternative tastes great and supplies the creaminess you crave, without any dairy or added sugar, and it's hitting shelves at the perfect time — the thick of winter, when cozying up with a cup of coffee just feels right."




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