Pure Nut Mylk is now in Ward’s Supermarket in Gainesville, FL!

Pure Nut Mylk's popular non-dairy beverages are now in Ward's Supermarket in Gainesville, FL! Ward's will carry all 3 chemical-free flavors in both the 16oz & 32oz size containers.

Sarasota, United States - June 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Pure Nut Mylk has just announced its expansion into Gainesville FL. Ward’s Supermarket is the first of many Gainesville grocers to carry this insanely popular, grain-free and chemical free, non-dairy milk alternative.

Introducing Pure Nut Mylk to this famous college town is Vicki Cleaves-Gregory a pharmacist and single mother of two currently based in Sarasota, FL.

Vicki’s desire for giving her family a clean almond mylk, led her to create her own. She wanted one that didn’t include potato starch and other ingredients that shouldn’t belong in non-dairy mylk alternatives, which are commonly found in major brands today.

When asked what inspired Vicki to dedicate years developing the recipes and process for her nut mylks she said: “When my children were young, I spent a lot of time in local grocery stores trying to find high-quality products. I was concerned about the unnecessary chemicals added. As a pharmacist and mother I was very disappointed with my options.”

Pure Nut Mylk has 3 flavors designed to be delicious and healthy in order to satisfy even those with sensitive taste buds. Almond mylk lovers, diabetics and those who are lactose intolerant should look for the following flavors while shopping at Ward’s Supermarket in Gainesville, FL:

– Unsweetened (4 core ingredients-filtered water, California almonds, sea salt and a probiotic)

– Mayan Cacao (Core ingredients plus organic Mayan cacao and raw local honey)

– Cafe Au Lait (Core ingredients plus locally roasted organic cold brew coffee from Lelu Coffee on Siesta Key Beach, FL)

A full list of their updates and events can be found on Pure Nut Mylk’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/purenutmylk

As part of an ongoing effort to offer high-quality nut mylks available in Florida, Pure Nut Mylk fans can currently find these tasty beverages in Lucky’s Market and throughout the state in the future.

Bridget, a woman who suffers from many allergies contained in most almond mylk brands today, had this to say:

“Hi Vicki, I am visiting Siesta Key and had a latte made with your almond mylk at Lelu’s. I can’t have any potato starch and haven’t been able to enjoy any non-dairy mylk since finding out. And I’m also unable to have dairy with any grain. So, when I saw yours at Lelu’s I was so excited!!! So, I’m wondering if you are willing to ship it to me in VA. I’m completely willing so pay for it to be shipped that far. It would be a game changer for me, my health and my well-being. I would appreciate anything you’d be willing to do!”

Current almond mylk enthusiasts interested in learning more about this brand can do so directly on their website at: https://www.purenutmylk.com.

If you can’t find Pure Nut Mylk near you or if you’re outside of FL, visit their site to submit a request for your local grocer to carry these beverages or purchase directly from their site.

*The dairy industry has tried to sue some plant-based mylk companies for using the word ‘milk’, arguing that it is not actually milk since it did not come from cows.

Contact Info:
Name: Vicki Cleaves-Gregory
Email: Send Email
Organization: Pure Nut Mylk
Address: Visit website for more locations, Sarasota, FL 34233, United States
Website: https://www.purenutmylk.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524760

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