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Life Health Foods launches Almond Fresh India with Brett Lee

22-August-2016
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Life Health Foods launches Almond Fresh India with Brett Lee

Life Health Foods (India) Pvt. Ltd. has launched plant milk extracted from almonds for the first time in India under the brand name ‘Almond Fresh’.

Almond Fresh is available in Natural, Chocolate and Vanilla flavors in 200 ml and 1l formats. 

Brett Lee, Australian fast bowler and cricket personality, is the brand ambassador for Almond Fresh. Throwing his support behind this new product, Lee said, “I am passionate about healthy products that taste great and it’s exciting to see almond milk now available in India. I encourage people young and old to try this great new health drink which is a good source of calcium and vitamin D with lower calories than dairy milk.”

Rohit Bhagat, Business Head, Life Health Foods (India) Pvt. Ltd., said, “Almond Fresh is an innovative and nutritious health beverage from the stable of Life Health Foods. Traditionally, almonds have always been popular in our culture for their richness and nutritive value. We are sure almond milk will also earn a deserving spot on the Indian breakfast table. Low in calories and rich in calcium,Almond Fresh with its fabulous taste will appeal to a rising segment of health conscious Indians. With the launch of this product, we hope to move a step forward in creating healthy future generations of India”.

The formulation and technology for making almond milk has been designed with the support and careful oversight from the parent company from Australia.

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