Drink Spotlight: Good Karma Unsweetened + Protein FlaxMilk

August 10, 2016 No Comments » Add Consumer Insight
Drink Spotlight: Good Karma Unsweetened + Protein FlaxMilk

 

 

 
This Unsweetened Flaxmilk + Protein is on a whole new level with 5 grams of plant-based protein that will activate the tiny but mighty goodness in you—and with only 45 calories

 
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Why FlaxMilk?
The Latin name for flax is Linum usitatissimum, which means “the most useful”, and we couldn’t agree more! Our flax milk has 1,200 mg of Omega-3s per serving, which is important because they are essential for human health and our bodies can’t make them on their own.
 

 

 

About the Company:

Everything you need to know about us, our products, and how we do business is summed up in those two words. For us, Good Karma™ means “positive outcomes that come from positive energies focused for good purpose.” Good Karma. That’s us. That’s how we came up with the idea for our Flaxmilks. We set out to make an alternative beverage that was more than just a substitute for milk-more than just a filler. Our aim was to create something that could stand on its own as a both a delicious, and nutritionally dense beverage, while offering the added benefits of being vegan and dairy-free so it could be enjoyed by everyone. Then we committed ourselves to using only the finest all-natural ingredients. Finally, we made certain all of our ingredients were harvested using sustainable agricultural methods because we respect the Earth and all who share it. The result is Good Karma™ Flaxmilks™. Prepare to smile. All are welcome. Read More

 

 

 

 

Company: Good Karma Foods, Inc.
Brand: Good Karma
Slogan: A Little Good Karma Goes a Long Way
Origin: USA
Category: Dairy Drinks
Packaging: 1.89 L (Half Gallon)
Claims: Unsweetened, 5g Plant Protein, 1200mg Omega 3, Dairy Free, Lactose Free, Nut Free, Soy Free, Gluten Free
Variants: View Variants Here
Price: Coming Soon
Where to Buy: Store Finder
Website: goodkarmafoods.com

 

 

 

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