Dairy free

Dairy free

Information about dairy free

Dietary Symbols_Dairy FreeAmong the decisions not to drink milk are a growing awareness of the environmental costs of industrial milk production, the ethical concerns of intensively rearing animals, a dislike for the taste, and intolerance. Going dairy free is pretty easy these days, what with so many alternatives to choose from.

An allergy to cow’s milk is the most common food allergy in infants and young children. Around two-thirds of the global population have difficult digesting milk sugar because of a lactase deficiency.

What dairy free foods can you expect to find in store?

These factors have been driving sales of milk alternatives in recent years and now there are many options on the market. At Better Food we want to ensure that the milk alternatives we stock are notPlant milk only good for your gut; they should be sourced from ethical suppliers too. So that is why we offer a variety of alternatives for you to choose from and are always on the look out for local and organic options to add to our range. Rude Health are a popular brand, known for their wide-range of creamy organic milks. These milks include oat, hazelnut, rice, coconut and almond. Koko are your go to for all things coconut, while Oatly, unsprisingly are the queen of oats. Provamel are one of the oldest dairy-free milk brands, with an ever expanding range of organic milks and yoghurts. If dairy free cheese is your thing, then we have you covered. All our vegan products are dairy free by default.