We love almonds so much that we made an almond milk that actually tastes like them! How is this so? It’s pretty simple: we use lots of almonds – up to four times the nuts of other leading brands. So, Elmhurst Milked Almonds™ is protein-fueled and raring to go. Try it in your smoothie or cereal – or simply by the glass.
We love almonds. They are positive little nuts, always pointing forward. We decided to pay a fitting tribute with Elmhurst Milked Almonds™ – an almond milk that actually tastes like almonds! Because it’s made with lots and lots of almonds. Up to four times as many per serving as the competition, in fact. almond mIlk is creamy and full-bodied, right from the orchard. It is nutrient dense, too, with (count them) 5 grams of pure almond protein per glass. That’s fuel for your smoothie or cereal. Or, if you prefer, you can drink the power of positive almonds straight from the glass!
Made with only 5 simple ingredients Up to 4x more nuts per serving compared to other leading brands
- 5g natural protein from nuts per glass
- No added gums or emulsifiers
- Vegan, dairy-free
- Carrageenan-free, gluten-free, no artificial flavors
- Non-GMO Project verified
|Ingredients||filtered water, almonds, cane sugar, salt, natural flavors|
Where almonds come from:
We get our almonds from… California! Obviously. Almonds are grown and harvested across much of the state’s vast Central Valley, nested between the high Sierra Nevada and Coast Ranges. We are talking over 1.2 million acres of land for almonds.1 Impressive? Try this: California accounts for 80 percent of the world’s supply of this favorite tree nut.
So, this makes almonds seem like quite the American thing – much like pumpkins, apples, corn, peanuts, etc. Well, kind of… Amazingly, before 1492 there was not a single almond in America. They grew in the Mediterranean regions of the Middle East. From 100 percent of worldwide production there to a vast majority here: that’s quite a switch.
What they’re made of:
Tree nuts have caught on as dense nutritional alternatives to animal products. Almonds are rightfully leaders of the field. A single nut is composed of 50 percent fat (almost all unsaturated), 22 percent carbohydrate, and 21 percent protein. That’s a lot of good calories.
So, when you pour a glass of almond milk, all of this should be there, right? Should. Flip over the other guy’s carton. If you see 1g protein per serving – that’s a red flag. Something isn’t adding up. That product probably doesn’t contain too many almonds. Elmhurst, on the other hand, does not have to hide its label behind pictures and words. When there are 5 grams of protein in a glass of almond milk, there are more almonds. It’s that simple.