Elmhurst Broadens Plant-Based Portfolio with Lattes, Smoothie Bases

In support of its goal to double sales this year, Elmhurst 1925 launched three new product lines this month that take the New York-based plant milk brand into new categories including coffee and tea lattes and smoothie mixes, as well as making a deeper play into creamers.

Elmhurst 1925 to Showcase New Plant-Based Smoothie Bases and Oat Lattes at Expo West

Elmhurst 1925, maker of simple, nutritious and incredibly delicious plant-based beverages, will debut two innovative new lines at 2020 Natural Products Expo West from March 5-7. Attendees will have the opportunity to stop by booth #481 to be among the first to experience Superfood Smoothie Bases and Oat Lattes.

Elmhurst 1925 Launches Three New Flavored Single Serve Milked Oats Varieties

Elmhurst 1925, maker of simple, nutritious and incredibly delicious plant-based milks, has announced the launch of three new 11-oz. Single Serve Milked Oats™ flavors: Single Serve Milked Oats™ Chocolate, Single Serve Milked Oats™ Vanilla and Single Serve Milked Oats™ Blueberry.

Expo East 2019 Gallery: Coffee & Creamers

In this gallery of new products as seen at Natural Products Expo East 2019, we highlight some of the notable product launches and revamps in the coffee and creamer categories, including innovations in alt-milk pairings and shelf-stable varieties.

Elmhurst 1925 Launches New Hemp Barista Edition

Elmhurst 1925, maker of simple, nutritious and incredibly delicious plant-based milks, has announced the expansion of its popular Barista Editions line with its new Hemp Barista Edition.

Distributor Profile: LA Distributing Seeks SoCal CBD Brands With “Focus”

Having watched Los Angeles-area retailer interest in CBD and hemp-derived products rise over recent years, LA Distributing Company (LAD) is one the independent DSD wholesalers across the country seeking to establish their bonafides working within the category, even as the legal framework around such products remains in flux.

Expo West Gallery: Hemp + CBD Drinks

From ambitious startups to established category leaders, CBD and hemp-based beverages were everywhere at Expo West this year, spanning across the spectrum of formats, functionality and flavor. In this slideshow gallery, we highlight some of the notable hemp-based and CBD-infused drinks from Expo West 2019.

Elmhurst 1925 To Debut Hemp Creamer, Unsweetened Milked Oats at Expo West

Elmhurst 1925, maker of simple, nutritious and incredibly delicious plant-based nut and grain milks, will be launching new Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer and Unsweetened Milked Oats at 2019 Natural Products Expo West booth #849.

BevNET Magazine Feature: Plant-Based Dairy Brands Push Their Platform

As dairy alternatives continue to rise new brands are rapidly entering the space, bringing with them disruptive innovations and unique platform propositions. But an influx also means brands have to work harder to differentiate and protect their corner of the grocery shelf. So the question becomes: how do you build the platform?

Expo East 2018 Recap Pt. 2: Organic Association Meets, Plant-Based Goes Conventional

In the second and final part of our Natural Products Expo East 2018 recap, BevNET covers news emerging from the Organic Trade Association meeting and takes a look at some of the new products and developments in plant-based dairy, kombucha, functional waters and other categories.

Expo East 2018 Video: Processing and Proteins Fuel Expansion at Elmhurst

In this video interview recorded at Natural Products Expo East 2018 in Baltimore, Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, the head of research and development at Elmhurst 1925, explained how the company promotes sustainability by using a diverse array of raw materials and how that diversity has showcased the unique characteristics of the milks in new ways.

Expo West 2018: Dairy Responds to Rise of Plant-Based

Twenty-five years after the National Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP) launched the iconic “Got Milk?” advertising campaign, the dairy industry is finding that more than ever that the answer is “no.”

Older Entries