chobani oat

Chobani Oat

The Chobani Oat Barista Edition was crafted with baristas in mind, to help them deliver a top-notch oat coffee, every time.
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Oat is in

Research shows dairy-free milk has surged in popularity. Australian owned Alternative Dairy Co is determined to capitalise on the trend, expanding its barista range with the introduction of its new oat milk. Plant-based milks have become a part of Australia’s mainstream café culture. Baristas around the country are now adept at working with non-dairy products, with consumer demand driving cafés to introduce more variety. Read More
Califia farms oat milk

Califia Farms launches café-oriented oat milk

Californian plant-based milk brand Califia Farms has launched its new Oat Barista Blend in Australia. The Oat Barista Blend joins the brand’s Original Almond Milk Barista Blend. Califia Farms says the oat milk continues its credentials in craft and commitment to the coffee community.
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Califia Farm’s plant power

In 1980, Greg Steltenpohl bought a box of oranges and borrowed a couple of hundreds bucks to buy a hand squeezing machine so he could sell fresh orange juice out of a van around San Francisco. “That was my first taste of business entrepreneurialism in the beverage industry,” Greg describes.  The small start-up would one day form the basis of Odwalla, a multimillion-dollar US supplier of fresh juice and nourishing healthy beverages, which Greg founded. The brand, later purchased by Coca-Cola, remains one of the fastest growing beverage ranges in the company’s suite of products. “Odwalla was a huge education in the business world of beverages,” Greg says. “I built it from scratch into a medium-size business. We were a publicly-owned company for a while and it became one of the first natural food companies that broke out into American mainstream culture. I’m extremely proud of that.”
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Leo DiCaprio and Jared Leto invest in Califia Farms 

Celebrities including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jared Leto, Karlie Kloss and Shaun White have become offical stakeholders in plant-based beverage company Califia Farms, which secured more than US$50 million in funding on 31 July. The Californian-based company recently launched its range of ready-to-drink almond milk and cold brew coffee beverages in Australia, providing consumers with a healthy, plant-powered alternative to traditional beverages. The new investors comprise a group of actors, musicians, professional athletes and supermodel entrepreneurs who support the values of a plant-based lifestyle.
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