Wunda: A Yellow Pea “Milk” Alternative to Dairy

Nestlé, the Swiss dairy product and agri-food giant has just announced the launch of “Wunda”, an alternative to dairy milk, rich in protein, that “behaves” like real milk in terms of being similar in taste, creaminess, and nutritional values. This “versatility” will probably play a major role in choosing among the sustainable alternatives to dairy milk (the only product that can be sold as “milk” according to new legislation).

https://www.nestle.com/media/news/wunda-pea-based-milk-alternative

https://www.tdg.ch/nestle-a-lassaut-des-produits-vegetariens-855744669290

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