Elmhurst 1925, maker of plant-based nut and grain milks in Elma, New York, is expanding its Hemp Creamer line with new flavors: French Vanilla, Hazelnut and Golden Milk. Joining Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer, the new Hemp Creamer flavors are crafted with five ingredients, including real hemp cream.
“Given the outpour of positive response to our Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer, we’ve expanded the line with approachable and trending options that offer a rich experience in creaminess and taste,” said Peter Truby, VP of marketing. “Created simply with just five ingredients, including real hemp cream, these new flavors offer a heightened taste experience while delivering the same benefits of the Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer.”
French Vanilla, Hazelnut and Golden Milk Hemp Creamers are made using five simple ingredients and without added gums, emulsifiers, carrageenan or oils. The three new flavors also contain 350mg of omega-3 ALA per serving and only one gram of sugar and are vegan, gluten-free, Non-GMO Project Verified, dairy-free and OU kosher.
Like all Elmhurst products, Hemp Creamers are crafted through a unique HydroRelease method. Using just water, this process separates the components of a nut, grain or seed before reassembling them as a beverage-ready emulsion, maintaining the full nutrition of the source ingredient.
Elmhurst Hemp Creamers are available in 16-oz. cartons with an SRP of $6.99. French Vanilla, Hazelnut and Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer are available now online. Golden Milk Hemp Creamer will be available online and on store shelves in July 2019. Additional Elmhurst plant milk varieties can be purchased in natural and traditional grocers nationwide.
Elmhurst was founded in 2017, but the company’s roots date back to 1925. Originally Elmhurst Dairy, the multigenerational, family run organization operated for almost a century under Max Schwartz and son, Henry. After a meeting with plant nutrition pioneer, Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, Henry Schwartz made a progressive pivot and decided to close his dairy plant and found Elmhurst Milked.