Almond Milk

Almond milk

Tastier and better tolerated than cow's milk, almond milk is a vegetable milk which is rich in benefits, and can be used daily in the kitchen. With its many vitamins, it remains a food of choice in designing your pastries, sauces or just breakfast.
Oat Milk

Oat milk

Oats are known for their high protein and fiber as well as iron, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, B vitamins, vitamin E and vitamin A. They are low in sugar, fat and calories.
Quinoa Milk

Quinoa milk

Quinoa milk may be hard to find. It is distinguished by its high lubricity. This grain is ideal for sweet recipes (milkshakes, puddings, pancakes), but its rather special taste can disturb some people.
Hazelnut Milk

Hazelnut milk

Hazelnut milk is especially beneficial for people with lactose intolerance and allergic to gluten. Hazelnut milk contains a good amount of calcium and phosphorus.
Rice Milk

Rice milk

Rice milk is ideal for people who cannot take gluten, since they often have an intolerance for lactose or other nutrients in cow milk. Rice milk may also be enriched with calcium.