'Veggemo' Makes Non-Dairy Milk from Potatoes, Cassava Root and Pea Protein

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 13, 2016
References: veggemo & vegnews
As the non-dairy milk market expands, there are tons of milk alternatives being made from everything from soy and nuts to grains and legumes. However, Veggemo makes its plant-based milk products using a completely different set of ingredients—potatoes, cassava root, pea protein, organic cane sugar and more. These dairy-free milk types are offered in three flavors: Original, Unsweetened and Vanilla.

While the unusual composition of these vegan-friendly milks might lead some consumers to think that they'd make poor milk imitations, the Veggemo blend has a milky white color and a smoothness that's comparable to 2% dairy milk. In addition to bring rich in vitamin D, calcium and B12, best of all, the plant-based non-dairy beverage doesn't actually taste like vegetables.