Danone North America has introduced two new plant-based creamers under its alt dairy brands Silk and So Delicious.
Silk is North America’s top-selling non-dairy creamer brand, and was the first to enter the category in 2018. Now, the company has expanded its range with Mocha Almond Creamer. Claimed to be the first non-seasonal plant-based mocha creamer, the product is described as “smooth, lusciously creamy, and bursting with chocolate-y flavor”.
“Silk continues to bring variety to consumers who are seeking new flavors to enjoy in their coffee, and the delicious chocolate flavor of new Mocha Almond Creamer is an exciting new way for plant-based consumers to savor their coffee and their day,” said Kallie Goodwin, Vice President of Traditional Creamers at Danone North America.
Meanwhile, So Delicious has reformulated its French Vanilla Coconutmilk Creamer to improve the taste, while also launching a new variety — Sweet & Creamy Coconutmilk Creamer. The news comes just three months after Danone North America pledged to update the recipes of 70% of its alt dairy products, making them more nutritious and lower in sugar. The new products also feature updated packaging.
“With French Vanilla and Sweet & Creamy Coconutmilk Creamers, we have reimagined our creamers, delivering even more flavor for consumers,” said Goodwin. “These new creamers bring the flavors and richness you normally find in a coffee shop straight to your fridge, and the creamy flavors will add just the right amount of sweetness to your cup of coffee.”
The new Silk and So Delicious creamers are available at Whole Foods, Sprouts, Kroger, and Ahold stores across the US.