KoKo Dairy free launches new range

The range will roll out to the wholesale and convenience sector later this month

KoKo Dairy Free has relaunched its new plant-based milk and yogurt range.

First launched in 2010, KoKo become the first UK company to launch a coconut-based alternative to dairy milk.

KoKo’s redesign of its range of plant-based milks and yogurts aims to disrupt the market with dairy-like messaging.

KoKo Dairy Free Original M!lk and Unsweetened M!lk is now low in sugar and fat. The plant-based products are a source of protein.

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KoKo products are free from dairy, soya and oats. The milk and yogurt range contain calcium and vitamins D2 and B12.

Victoria Eadon, marketing manager at KoKo, said:

“Despite having a loyal consumer base. We realised that there was some confusion over the taste of Koko products and what the brand stood for. We create plant-based products that are made from coconut but taste like dairy. A true dairy alternative”.

KoKo Dairy Free’s new range will be available to purchase across wholesale and convenience channels. The range will launch from end of August into September 2023.

It’s relaunch will hit UK shelves over the coming weeks. Original M!ilk retails from £1.80 for 1 Litre and Plan Yogrt! retails from £2 for 400g.

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