A new plant-based milk alternative product has been introduced by Terrell-based 1836 Farms, a family-owned organic creamery that sells its products in reusable eco-friendly glass bottles.
The company announced it launched Oatness, adding to its existing line of traditional organic white milks, chocolate milk, cold brew coffee milk, and seasonal flavors such as eggnog, blueberry, banana, strawberry, peach, and orange creamsicle.
“I’m excited to introduce Texans to the 1836 Farms line of organic milk products along with our plant-based milk alternative and juices,” Owner Kevin Danzeisen said in a statement. “We take pride in bringing products that are fresh, natural, and healthy to families across Texas. At the same time, we’re also dedicated to protecting the environment by using glass, reusable bottles by keeping plastic out of our oceans.”
1836 Farms products can be found at Albertsons, Central Market, Kroger, HEB, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Tom Thumb, and Randalls grocery stores in the Dallas Fort-Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin areas. Non-milk products such as lemonades, sweetened and unsweetened teas, cold brew coffee and orange juice products also are available, the company said.
Bottled in custom “Texas-designed” glass
1836 Farms creamery offers “fresh, healthy products” bottled in custom Texas designed glass, reusable bottles,. The glass milk bottles can be returned to the point of purchase for deposit refund or applied to new purchases, the company said.
The glass bottles are returned to the creamery where they are rinsed, sanitized, and refilled. Bottled the old-fashioned way, the company said, all its products are not UHT pasteurized.
The company said that it sells fresh, minimally processed organic milk that comes from certified organic farms in Texas.
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