Unsweetened Vanilla - Organic Almond Milk - Three Trees
$8.49 28 oz
Three Trees mission is to bring you delicious and mindful nourishment through California-grown nuts. They press four times more raw, California almonds into their creamy, dreamy almond milk than any other almond milk.
Unsweetened Vanilla Bean Almond Milk is made with real Madagascar vanilla beans, not vanilla flavor derived from vanilla beans.
"We’re no stranger to the joys of almond milk” – reads Sunset’s January 2020 Wellness Issue – “Actually, we’re the opposite. We tested many that were too liquidy, overly sweet, or unnecessarily complicated. Three Trees keeps it simple with two ingredients: filtered water and organic almonds.”
Three Trees believes the most delicious and nourishing food is made with fresh ingredients straight from nature. We’re thrilled that Sunset Magazine agrees!
This Unsweetened Original Almond Milk is as clean, pure, and simple as it gets. With only 2 ingredients, it’s just like homemade.
Ingredients: Filtered water, organic almonds, organic Vanilla Extract, Organic Vanilla Beans
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About the Farmer
Location: San Mateo, California
Jenny Eu is the founder and CEO of Three Trees, an organic premium nut milk company. I’ve watched her will the brand and its products into existence from her early days at Kitchen Town Central, a Bay Area commercial kitchen and food incubator, to her search for a co-packer. Today, her products are on the shelves of many of the best-known specialty retailers.
As a child, Jenny would go on hikes with her grandmother. Together they would pick seeds, leaves, and roots of various plants and create all types of healthful concoctions.
Inspired by her grandmother’s philosophy on food, Three Trees is a company committed to producing plant-based foods with simple and accessible ingredients.
Jenny has worked for Nestle and as a management consultant. She received both her bachelors and masters from Stanford. So, what makes a person jump off the corporate merry-go-round and climb aboard the entrepreneurial rollercoaster? I decided to ask, and I hope you enjoy her answers.