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Vegan Protein Brand Aloha Launches Its Very First Shelf-Stable Protein Drink

Aloha Vegan Protein Drinks
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Vegan protein brand Aloha is set to launch its very first plant-based, shelf-stable protein drink, perfect for a day of hiking or any activities planned.

A first for Aloha, the new vegan shelf-stable protein drinks feature 3 delicious flavors: Chocolate Sea Salt, Coconut, and Vanilla.

They contain Aloha’s proprietary protein blend of 18 grams of protein, MCT oil derived from coconuts for natural energy and endurance, and prebiotics for gut health and electrolytes to replenish nutrients — all for optimal nutrition.

“Aloha is on a mission to help people discover that you don’t have to sacrifice taste for nutrition,” said the brand’s website. “We use minimally processed, sustainably sourced ingredients that taste as good as they are for you.”

“Our products don’t have a lot of sugar. The little sugar they do have comes from the food ingredients we use to make our products.”

“We don’t use artificial sweeteners or substitutes such as stevia, we use actual food sources, with actual flavor.”

Unlike other protein drinks, Aloha’s protein drink has a coconut milk base along with a blend of peas and brown rice, which creates a deliciously creamy texture and flavor.

Like all Aloha products, the new shelf-stable protein drinks are 100% vegan, USDA organic, non-GMO, and free of dairy, soy, gluten, stevia, and artificial ingredients.

Aloha is not the only brand that launched new vegan protein drinks this year.

Israel brand Matok V’Kal, Ltd. also launched the world’s very first hot vegan protein shake for post workout, perfect for cold weather.

Called “Fit4style Protein Cup,” the new vegan protein shake contains a unique formula that provides 21 grams of protein and amino acids. It is lactose- and soy-free and can be enjoyed hot.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady also added a new line of vegan protein powders in his TB12 nutritional brand this year, in time for Super Bowl LIII.

The new product comes in vanilla and chocolate flavors and is described by the brand as “[shaking] up the protein game as a great-tasting and sustainable plant-based protein made from peas.”

The new Aloha plant-based shelf-stable protein drinks will be available on Amazon and the brand’s website on April 8.

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Roxanne Libatique

Written by Roxanne Libatique

Roxanne is a vegan journalist and advocate for animal rights and mental health. She tries to live consciously and spends her free time traveling, enjoying vegan food, volunteering, and speaking up for all animals. Connect with her at @roxlibatique on Twitter and Instagram.

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