Elmhurst 1925 expands Hemp Creamer line
Elmhurst 1925 is adding variety to its Hemp Creamer collection.
The Elma, N.Y.-based company announced the launch of new flavors — French vanilla, hazelnut and golden milk — that are set to join the original unsweetened option.
Crafted with just five ingredients and real hemp cream, the line does not contain added gums, emulsifiers, carrageenan or oils, the company said.
“Given the outpour of positive response to our Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer, we’ve expanded the line with approachable and trending options that offer a rich experience in creaminess and taste,” Peter Truby, the vice president of marketing at Elmhurst 1925, said. “Created simply with just five ingredients, including real hemp cream, these new flavors offer a heightened taste experience while delivering the same benefits of the Original Unsweetened Hemp Creamer.”
In addition, each of the new offerings contain 350 mg of omega-3 ALA per serving, 1 g of sugar, and are gluten-free, vegan, Non-GMO Project Verified, dairy-free, and OU Kosher, the company added.
As other Elmhurst 1925 products, the Hemp Creamer is crafted through a HydroRelease method that uses just water. It separates the components of a nut, grain or seed before reassembling them as a beverage-ready emulsion.
Elmhurst 1925 Hemp Creamers come in a 16-oz. carton that retails for $6.99 each. Consumers can find the French vanilla, hazelnut, and original unsweetened flavors online, and soon at Fairway Market, Sprouts Farmers Market and Central Market. Golden Milk Hemp Creamer will hit physical and digital shelves in July.
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