Forager Project is probably best known for their thick and creamy cashew milk products. They sell cashew milk as well as yogurts, and a few other products. But joining the many other brands launching plant-based products this year like Silk, JUST, and Ripple Foods, Forager Project is releasing a wide array of new plant-based products. From oat milk to probiotic drinks and chips, the products range so much that there should definitely be something for everybody.

The new beverages by Forager Project include Cashewmilk, Coconut cashew oat milk, and Oatmilk. All the plant milks are organic, dairy-free, unsweetened, as well as free of soy, gluten, and gums.

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Other drinks include drinkable cashewmilk yogurts in five flavors: unsweetened plain, blueberry, strawberry, mango, and blackberry. They have over one billion, live unique probiotic cultures.

In line with the dairy alternatives, they’ll also be launching a plant-based buttery spread with Peruvian salt. They say it will be “perfect on bread, for baking and cooking.”

Another dairy-free replacement for something usually made with cow’s milk is their new protein yogurt made with coconut and cashew milk, watermelon and pumpkin seeds and brown rice. It’s available in unsweetened plain and vanilla flavors.

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But it doesn’t end there. Forager Project is also introducing snacks — both cereals and chips. The Grain-free Os will be available in three flavors: plain, cinnamon, and chocolate. The “leafy green chip” flavors are super greens, BBQ chipotle greens, cheezy greens, and grain-free greens.

Forager Project Co-Founder and CEO Stephen Williamson told One Green Planet: “No matter what meal, breakfast, lunch or dinner, we want to make it easier for people to eat amazing tasting, plant-based foods. Whether with our new grain-free protein cereal paired with our oatmilk, our high protein yogurt or our guilt-free, grain-free chips, we are working to make a better future for our planet and people through food choices.”

You can use the Forager Project website locator to find where these products are available near you.

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