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Coca-Cola Launches ‘Simply Oat’ As Oat Milk Records Triple-Digit Sales Growth

3 Mins Read The Coca-Cola Company is expanding its plant-based portfolio with a new oat milk product launched under its Simply brand. The move comes as the entire oat milk category surges to become the second most popular plant-based dairy alternative within just years of its inception, and is now recording triple-digit sales growth.  Coca-Cola is entering the […]

Hälsa 100% Clean Plant-Based Yogurt Brand Unveils Online Store For U.S. Consumers

3 Mins Read Hälsa, a female-founded and owned plant-based yogurt company, has launched its online store to make its plant-based products accessible to consumers across the United States. New York-based Hälsa uses oat milk to develop its yogurt and stays away from adding any chemicals or enzymes during production, resulting in a completely clean product without any artificial […]

Oatly: Starbucks To Offer Plant-Based Alternative At All Outlets Across India

2 Mins Read Global coffee chain Starbucks recently announced that it will be introducing Swedish food tech Oatly’s dairy milk alternative made from oats at all its outlets across India, in order to offer consumers more plant-based options. Oatly joins existing plant-based options which include soy and almond milk. India’s first Sustainability Venture Studio, White Lotus, is responsible for […]

We Asked Oatly About The Blackstone Deal & Here’s What They Said

8 Mins Read Oatly is the world’s most famous oat milk brand to date and millions of plant-forward consumers are fans of their milks, yogurts, creams and ice cream products that are entirely made from plants. Even the biggest coffee chain in the world, Starbucks, has partnered with the brand in multiple countries to make sure customers get […]

Plant-Based Milk Maker Oatly Raises US$200M In Celeb-Studded Blackstone-Led Round At US$2 Bil Valuation

3 Mins Read Oatly, the Swedish plant-based oat milk maker, has just announced that it has drawn a US$200 million investment from Blackstone Growth, a group under multinational financial services giant Blackstone, and some of the biggest names in entertainment such as Oprah Winfrey, Natalie Portman, and Starbucks’ chief executive Howard Schultz. The news comes amid a wave […]