Ripple Pea Milk, Dairy-Free, Vanilla
Soy free, nut free, 100% vegan, gluten free, lactose free. To learn more visit: www.ripplefoods.com/allergens. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. 8 g plant-based protein. 40% less sugar than flavored milk (1 cup of 2% chocolate milk contains 25 g sugar & 293 mg of calcium vs. 1 cup ripple vanilla contains 15 g sugar & 450 mg calcium. Flavored milk data from USDA National Nutritional Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, release 28 ). 50% more calcium than milk (1 cup of 2% chocolate milk contains 25 g sugar & 293 mg of calcium vs. 1 cup ripple vanilla contains 15 g sugar & 450 mg calcium. Flavored milk data from USDA National Nutritional Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, release 28 ). Dairy-free. As it should be. Ripptein. The purest protein on Earth. Kids need protein to thrive! What they don't need is tons of sugar. Ripple uses a patented method to harvest ultra-clean protein from peas, so that we can make a rich, creamy, delicious non-dairy milk without so much sugar. The result is a plant-based milk your kids will love that is a good source of protein, lower in sugar, with calcium and vitamin D. It's dairy-free. As it should be. To learn more visit: www.ripplefoods.com. Become the eco-superhero in your family! Did you know that the earth is warming really fast? Faster than ever before. The cars we ride in and the electricity we use creates pollution that acts like a blanket around the earth. That's bad because it can make it harder to grow our food, harder to fight fires, and cause more intense and frequent storms that mean we're stuck inside. We need more eco-superheroes like you! Find out ways for kids to fight climate change at: www.ripplefoods.com/kids/climate. Drinking ripple is an easy way to lower your carbon. 1 gallon of milk produces more than twice its weight in greenhouse gases (Dairy Industry carbon footprint study, 2010: http://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/36553000/presentations/2011/Chase Friday.pdf). (Recycling Fun Facts: https://www.timetorecycle.org/pdf/Education, web accessed February 28, 2017). Growing peas produces 82% fewer greenhouse gases than growing almonds (Life Cycle Assessment of Non-Dairy Milk, 2017). Certified B corporation. Please Recycle: Carton made from 100% recyclable material.