The Soy Milk Pots Cater to Consumers with Dairy-Free Needs

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jun 28, 2016
References: theprogressivefoodcompany & foodbev
The UK-based Progressive Food Company recently debuted a new single-serve milk offering that helps food service operators better meet the needs of dairy-free consumers. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for dairy alternatives for consumers suffering from lactose intolerance. These single-serve soy milk containers cater to those looking for dairy-free drink options.

The new single-serve milk containers are made with Champion soya milk and are designed to be added to hot beverages such as coffee and tea. The 12 gram pots are designed to give customers a dairy-free option that doesn't require opening a larger, liter-sized carton.

The single-serve portions thus allow food service operators to accommodate consumers with dairy-free needs while reducing waste and cutting down on the costs of purchasing non-dairy milk in larger quantities.