Glebe Farm Foods has extended its range of non-dairy alternatives
Following the successful introduction of PureOaty oat drink in 2019, we are now annoucing the launch of three additional non-dairy options to give foodservice professionals a full range of four, high quality, not from concentrate, plant-based milk alternatives. The new dairy-free choices of Almond, Coconut and Soya have been introduced in response to growing customer demand and – like PureOaty – they reflect our commitment to minimal, uncomplicated, not from concentrate ingredients which don’t compromise on taste, texture and performance.
Designed with foodservice professionals in mind, each variety in the new range froths in seconds to give a reliable microfoam from which baristas can create delicious, full-bodied coffees that will not split or curdle. As well as its coffee credentials, the range also proves the ideal dairy-free ingredient for chefs to use in a wide variety of culinary applications, from dairy-free sauces and soups through to indulgent plant-based puddings, bakes and cold smoothies.
Rebecca Rayner, Director at Glebe Farm Foods:
“Here at Glebe Farm, we’re taking a stand against average plant-based coffees, which is why we’ve developed our brand-new range of non-dairy options that have been designed with baristas in mind. With dairy being the most commonly avoided food and ingredient in the UK**, operators are constantly on the look-out for professional dairy-free options that actually work, in order to cater for the ever-increasing consumer demand for plant-based milk alternatives.
Following the successful launch of PureOaty in 2019, we had numerous requests from the respected baristas among our client base to expand our range. The new addition of almond, coconut and soya was a natural choice for us, and we are confident that all live up to the quality and performance of our original PureOaty oat drink.”
The new range is suitable for vegans, whilst offering an excellent plant-based option for customers with a number of dietary requirements including lactose intolerance and coeliac disease.