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*DISCOUNT: BBD 04.12.19* Mylk CHAI, 330ml


CHF 3.70
CHF 3.90 -5%
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*DISCOUNT: BBD 04.12.19* Mylk CHAI, 330ml

DISCOUNT: Product approaches best-before date 04.12.19

Dairy free coconut goodness made with love by Rebel Kitchen.

Mylk CHAI

Healthy dairy-free consumers have been clamoring for a “pure” dairy-free milk beverage, and Rebel Kitchen is shouting their response with two intensely-flavored coconut mylk drinks.

From that list above, you may be wondering, “What DOES Rebel Kitchen put in their coconut mylk?” Just four, natural ingredients: filtered water, organic coconut milk (made with only coconut cream and water), organic date nectar, and organic cacao or coffee. Seriously, that’s it! No lecithin, carageenan, gums, fortifiers, or refined sweeteners – and what you see is what you taste!

A far cry from typical coconut milk beverage, these unique drinks contain just 4 pure ingredients: filtered water, organic coconut milk, organic date nectar, and organic cacao or coffee. There is no worry about additives of any kind with this brand, but make sure you shake it well and prepare your taste buds for a uniquely bold flavor experience and the refreshing consistency of a handcrafted beverage.


This product is not eligible for any cash discounts and can not be counted towards the minimum order value of discount vouchers.

Ingredients

By ingredients, Rebel Kitchen Coconut Mylk is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, paleo, vegan and vegetarian.
Energy value 243 kJ / 58 kcal
Total Fat 2,1 g
- Saturated Fat 1,6 g
Carbohydrates 8,9 g
- of which sugar 7,7 g
Protein 0,8 g
Salt 0,07 g
Rebel Kitchen

Rebel Kitchen

Rebel Kitchen is here to shake things up and get people excited about real food. We’re all about: * Awesome tasting snacks * Simple ingredients, direct from nature * Zero additives or preservatives * Affordability Every other day there is a study on what we should be eating and what we shouldn't. The negative messaging is scary and unhelpful and leaves us more confused than empowered. One thing is for sure: the over-processing of our food is causing health problems and a disconnection from nature. In our drive to create efficiencies in our ever-busy lives, we’ve gone too far. We need to get back to basics, use foods that are available to us in nature and package them up for convenience with as little intervention as possible. Food is nature's medicine after all!

GMO Statement

Does not contain any GMO