Animal-Free Dairy Milk

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Politics & Law

Dairy Farmers’ Letter to the FDA: “It is Baseless, Preposterous and Absurd” to Refer to Animal-Free Dairy as Milk

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) has written a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) urging it to ban the word ‘milk’ in the labeling of synthetic food products, arguing it violates the federal dairy Standard of Identity. The NMPF argues that milk is “the lacteal secretions of healthy cows (are dairy cows healthy?) and that alternatives made with synthetic dairy proteins simply use the word to masquerade as natural.  NMPF’s highlight of mislabeling is Bored Cow’s animal-free dairy milk made with precision fermentation-derived whey protein and other ingredients such as oils, sugars, water, vitamins, and minerals. Bored Cow’s animal-free milk launched at US natural foods retailer Sprouts Farmers Market this April. The company claims its milk alternative contains 8g of protein per cup (like …

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Bored Cow milks launch at Sprouts Farmers Markets

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Retail & E-Commerce

Huge Milestone for Perfect Day & Bored Cow as Animal-Free Milk Arrives at Sprouts

Perfect Day, a precision fermentation dairy specialist making sustainable whey protein, announces that its partner Bored Cow is launching its complete line of animal-free milk at Sprouts Farmers Market.   According to Bored Cow, its milk can replace conventional dairy milk because it offers eight grams of complete protein per cup and is an excellent source of calcium, vitamin D, and vitamin B12, without lactose, cholesterol, hormones, or antibiotics. Perfect Day and Tomorrow Farms‘ brand, Bored Cow, have thus reached a major milestone as these animal-free CPGs become available to end-consumers for retail purchase. Perfect Day’s animal-free whey proteins replace milk in Nourishh and Modern Kitchen’s cream cheese; in Brave Robot, Villa Dolce, Nick’s and Graeter’s ice cream; and other products such as sports nutrition (California Performance and …

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Milk- and Dairy Alternatives

This Week in Alt Dairy News: Innovations Fuel the New Dairy Revolution

This week in alt dairy news, featuring three new innovations from Oatly, Bored Cow, and Remilk. We note Oatly’s oat-based cream cheese launch, not in Sweden but in Philadelphia, where cream cheese is said to be born; Bored Cow launches Bored Cow Original, “the first milk alternative to do it all”; and Remilk’s whey proteins receive safety approval in important and dynamic markets. Dear readers, animal-free dairy is here to stay.  Oatly’s new Philadelphia style cream cheese Oatly has announced a limited release of its newest innovation, an oat-based cream cheese developed by Oatly’s Philadelphia-based food scientists, in the style of the famous Philadelphia spread. The new plant-based cream cheese will launch exclusively in “Philly” before it’s released to the U.S. market later this year. …

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