• Elmhurst 1925 Launches Three New Flavors of Hemp Creamer

    New-York based, Elmhurst 1925, producer of plant-based nut and grain milk, has announced the expansion of its Hemp Creamer product line. Joining the Original Hemp Creamer, the new flavors include French Vanilla, Hazelnut, and Golden Milk.

    “Given the outpour of positive response to our Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer, we’ve expanded the line with approachable and trending options that offer a rich experience in creaminess and taste,” said Peter Truby, Vice President of Marketing at Elmhurst 1925. “Created simply with just five ingredients, including real hemp cream, these new flavors offer a heightened taste experience while delivering the same benefits of the Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer.”

    The new flavors are made without added gums, emulsifiers, carrageenan or oils. They are vegan, gluten-free, Non-GMO Project Verified, dairy-free, OU kosher, and contain only one gram of sugar. Like all Elmhurst products, the Hemp Creamers are crafted using a unique HydroRelease™ method. This process uses water to separate the components of a nut, grain, or seed while maintaining the full nutrition of the source. 

    Founded recently in 2017, the company’s roots date back 92 years. Beginning in 1925, known initially as Elmhurst Dairy, the multigenerational, family-run organization operated for almost a century bottling cow’s milk. After meeting with a plant nutrition pioneer, the company made a progressive pivot, closed the dairy plant, and founded plant-based Elmhurst Milked. 

    We reported on Elmhurst’s original launch of its first unsweetened hemp creamer at the Natural Products Expo West in early 2019.

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