Chai Spice Oat Creamer
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16 oz / $0.35 per oz
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Dreamy chai spice sweetness, no dairy in sight. This shelf-stable creamer is a must have addition to the pantry for the autumn season (and well beyond).
- Low Sugar
- Veteran Owned
- Made In The USA
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Renewable Energy
- Zero Waste Manufacturing
- Poverty & Hunger
Rinse the carton, replace the cap, and recycle the whole thing in your curbside recycling bin. Or, feel free to recycle the cap in your TerraCycle envelope.
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
NYC’s last dairy goes plant-based
Dairy production often leads to food waste and negative environmental impacts, not to mention questions about chemical additives and animal welfare. With this in mind, Henry Schwartz reinvented his family dairy, in business for just shy of a century, as a maker of plant-based dairy alternatives. Elmhurst 1925 began with its distinctive HydroRelease™ process, which crafts nutrient-rich, nut, grain, and seed-based milks using only water. And that’s not all. Everything Elmhurst makes with this process is either sold or used in other products, meaning zero waste. Their facility is hydro-powered, their plant sources are fully traceable, and their packaging is 100% recyclable.
Elmhurst began as a hand-bottled, hand-delivered milk producer, and they’re hanging onto that simplicity today. They source all their nuts, seeds, and grains from North American farmers (except for their cashews). Their oat farmers agree not to use Glyphosate, a toxic herbicide commonly used to curb weed and grass growth, on any of their crops. Elmhurst also uses hydropower in their plant and aseptic packaging to keep their products free from preservatives.Learn More
supporting key causes
They regularly donate their products to food banks, hospitals, shelters, first responders, and the NAACP. Their Mission Transition is rallying others to replace dairy and meat with plant-based alternatives.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Because they remove the environmental impact of animal agriculture, greenhouse gases, and heavy land and water use, plant-based foods often have a lower carbon footprint.Learn More
Elmhurst's cartons are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and are 100% curbside recyclable.Learn More
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About the Brand
When the original Elmhurst Dairy closed its doors in Queens in 2016, Henry Schwartz moved his father’s company to Buffalo and reimagined it to embrace the future of milk: plant-based dairy. Using a game-changing process developed by food technologist Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, Elmhurt 1925 uses more of the source grain, nut, or seed, and the finished product is superior nutrition and flavor with fewer ingredients.
How to use
Best enjoyed in your favorite sweater. Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 7-10 days.
What People Are Saying
This looks a so creamy and yummy - I heated and frothed it and poured it over my morning coffee for a latte. Recommend