Project Description

UNSWEETENED

ALMOND DRINK

A 100% Vegetal, Organic, Gluten and Lactose-free Drink. With no added sugar. Enjoy the authentic Sicilian taste of almonds!

HOW TO USE:

A 100% tasty and versatile drink. Make it part of a delicious and nutritious diet: hot with your breakfast cereals, cold as a refreshing drink or as a yummy ingredient for your creative recipes!

LIVE BETTER WITH TASTE:

Everyone can enjoy our vegetal drinks, even if you are lactose intolerant or allergic to milk proteins!

THE NUTRITIONIST RECOMMENDS.

If you suffer from belly swelling, nausea or other symptoms that may be related to lactose intolerance, nutritionists recommend reducing or eliminating, even if temporarily, the intake of dairy products in your diet to check if the symptoms are regressing.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

INGREDIENTS

Water, organic almonds 5%, stabilizer: gellan gum; salt.

ALLERGENICS

It contains almonds. It may contain traces of other nuts.

BEST BEFORE DATE

12 months

NUTRITIONAL TABLE

DISCOVER ALSO

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RICE DRINK WITH HAZELNUT

RICE DRINK WITH COCONUT

RICE DRINK WITH COCOA

RICE DRINK WITH QUINOA

RICE DRINK WITH ALMOND

MY SMILKY DRINK

OAT BARISTA DRINK

ALMOND ORIGINAL DRINK

OAT ORIGINAL DRINK

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A demonstration of what you can create with our rice

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