Elmhurst® 1925 Extends Unsweetened Nut Milk Line with Unsweetened Milked Walnuts™ and Unsweetened Milked Cashews™ Crafted with Only Two Simple Ingredients

Elmhurst 1925, maker of simple, nutritious and incredibly delicious plant-based nut and grain milks, today launches Unsweetened Milked Walnuts„¢ and Unsweetened Milked Cashews„¢, extensions of its beloved Unsweetened nut milk line crafted with only two simple ingredients “ walnuts/cashews and water. Joining the ranks of Unsweetened Milked Almonds„¢ and Unsweetened Milked Hazelnuts„¢, these new plant-based milks offer consumers classic nut milk varieties sans added sugar, perfect for drinking by the glass, stirring into coffee, adding to hot and cold cereals, blending into smoothies, cooking into sauces, and more.

With the popularity of unsweetened plant milks growing, we knew it was the perfect time to extend our popular Unsweetened line and offer two new additions, Unsweetened Milked Walnuts and Unsweetened Milked Cashews, said Peter Truby, vice president of marketing at Elmhurst. Already part of our regular lineup of plant milks, were excited to introduce these new varieties with only two simple ingredients to consumers who love traditional walnut and cashew milks, but dont want the added sugar.

Like all Elmhurst products, Elmhurst Unsweetened Milked Walnuts and Unsweetened Milked Cashews are crafted through a unique HydroRelease„¢ method. Using just water, HydroRelease separates the components of a nut, grain or seed, before reassembling them as a creamy, beverage-ready emulsion. The original ingredients nutrition is maintained, and no added gums or emulsifiers are needed to hold the product together. All Elmhurst plant milks, including these two new unsweetened nut milks, are certified vegan, gluten-free, Non-GMO Project Verified, dairy-free, OU kosher and made without artificial flavors, carrageenan, gums or other emulsifiers. Additional details:

  • Unsweetened Milked Walnuts “ simply made with only two ingredients, walnuts and water, this creamy nut milk also contains 1,400 mg of ALA omega-3 per glass.
  • Unsweetened Milked Cashews “ crafted simply with just cashews and water, and up to five times more nuts per serving as other leading brands.

Elmhurst Unsweetened Milked Walnuts and Unsweetened Milked Cashews are available in 32-oz. cartons with an SRP of $5.99 and will be hitting retailers in Fall 2018. Elmhurst plant milk varieties are available in natural and traditional grocers nationwide, including Whole Foods Market, Walmart, Wegmans, Bristol Farms, Gelsons, Publix, Fairway, Shaws and more, plus online at Elmhurst1925.com and Amazon.com. For more information about Elmhurst and new Unsweetened Milked Walnuts and Unsweetened Milked Cashews, please visit www.elmhurst1925.com.

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Elmhurst 1925 makes simple, nutritious and incredibly delicious plant-based nut and grain milks. Elmhurst was founded in 2017, but the companys 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 made a progressive pivot and decided to close his famous dairy plant and found Elmhurst Milked. All Elmhurst plant milks are created through a unique HydroRelease„¢ method, which uses water to harness the full nutritional content of raw nuts and grains. Nutrients are separated and recombined naturally to form a smooth, creamy beverage without the use of added gums or stabilizers. All Elmhurst varieties have six ingredients or less, no added gums or emulsifiers, and up to four times as many nuts as other leading brands. To learn more about Elmhurst, please visit www.elmhurst1925.com, or find us Facebook and Instagram.

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