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Plant Projects commercialises New Zealand’s first pea milk

The Auckland company has launched a new product and is expected to be profitable this year.

No Ordinary Plant Milk uses the protein isolated from peas.

Kate McVicar Tue, 06 Feb 2024

Auckland-based plant-based beverage company Plant Projects has launched New Zealand’s first plant milk derived from pea isolate. 

Plant Projects’ plant milk – launched under its No Ordinary brand – went to market about six months ago and secured supermarket distribution with Woolworths

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Kate McVicar Tue, 06 Feb 2024
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