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Bored Cow Launches “First of its Kind” Animal-Free Yogurt Made with Fermented Proteins

In response to its most consumer-requested product; Tomorrow Farms‘ animal-free dairy brand, Bored Cow, announces that it has developed the “first of its kind” range of drinkable yogurt made with milk protein from fermentation, coconut cream, and cane sugar. 

Bored Cow’s new yogurt alternative comes in 7 oz bottles in three flavors: strawberry, vanilla, and passion fruit mango. Each bottle provides 8 g of complete protein per bottle, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B12, and live probiotic cultures. Furthermore, they are free from milk’s lactose, cholesterol, hormones, and antibiotics.

The new animal-free yogurt range will launch in New York City this month, with a suggested competitive retail price of $2.99 to $3.99. 

The brand states, “Bored Cow offers everything consumers love about conventional dairy and nothing they don’t.”

Animal-free milk

Bored Cow animal-free milk, the brand’s first product made also with precision fermentation-derived milk proteins, was launched first through the company’s website. It later expanded into Sprouts Farmers Market, and today, it is listed in over 1,000 retailers across the US, including Fresh Thyme, Save Mart, Hy-Vee, Foxtrot, Woodmans, and others. 

Bored Cow's animal-free milk range
© Bored Cow

Bored Cow’s milk is available in Original, Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry flavors and is said to replicate milk’s functionalities while providing proteins and vitamins. According to the Tomorrow Farms, Bored Cow has “garnered national attention with its playful name, iconic brand identity, and whimsical characters featured on-pack.”

Certified B Corporation

In addition to its latest product development, Tomorrow Farms also announces that Bored Cow has obtained the B-Corp Certification, a milestone that reinforces its commitment to being a force for good by offering sustainable products that are better for people, the animals, and the planet.

Ben Berman, Tomorrow Farms’ founder & CEO, comments: “We can only succeed in our mission if we hold ourselves to the highest social and environmental standards. B Corp certification is an important milestone for us, and we are proud to join the growing list of companies making this a priority.” 




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