This Non-Dairy Beverage is Made from an Ancient Cereal

By: Katherine Pendrill - Nov 20, 2015
References: facebook & isolabio
'Isola Bio' is now producing a gluten-free grain milk made from an ancient cereal. Sorghum is an important cereal crop that is primarily grown in tropical regions such as Africa, South Asia and Central America. Although it consumed in many different countries, the crop is a staple for those living in arid regions.

Isola Bio has managed to turn the ancient cereal into a tasty non-dairy beverage called 'SorGO!.' The drink itself is made from a combination of organic Italian sorghum, cold-pressed sunflower oil and sea salt. Sorghum has a naturally sweet taste that makes this beverage ideal for drinking or adding to cereal. Like other grain milks, SorGO! is designed to provide an alternative for consumers who cannot consume dairy. The drink also serves as an alternative to nut milk, which is a popular non-dairy substitute for cow's milk.

SorGO! is ideal for vegans, those who are lactose-intolerant or anyone who is simply looking for a way to cut down on their consumption of dairy products.