LIVEKINDLY - NEW ZEALAND’S VIGOUR AND VITALITY PLANT MYLK HAS ‘CRACKED’ THE VEGAN MILK CODE WITH STONE-GROUND CONCENTRATES
New Zealand-based Vigour and Vitality is gaining popularity with its vegan nut “mylk” concentrates. The company, founded in 2014, stone grinds nuts and seeds into “the finest consistency possible” with a range of 17 different flavors of nuts and seeds. This offers a base to mix with water and make instant plant-based milk and cuts plastic and cardboard packaging waste by offering the milks in concentrated form.
Vigour and Vitality recently partnered with non-profit organization Good Trust to provide clean drinking water for Cambodians. A portion of proceeds from every purchase of the milks provides two weeks-worth of clean drinking water for someone in Cambodia. According to Water.org, about four million people in Cambodia lack access to safe drinking water.
Good Trust was founded by two New Zealanders with a drive to eliminate “the constant burden” the lack of fresh drinking water poses for many people in Cambodia.
The creative nondairy milk brand is favored by many Kiwis for its concentrates because most recycling centers in New Zealand won’t accept Tetra Pak waste — what most milks are sold in. It’s a rising concern for the “clean and green” nation.
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Published on: 19/08/2018
Published by: Nadia Murray-Ragg
Community Coordinator | Wellington, New Zealand | Contactable via firstname.lastname@example.org