Rude Health believe that drinks can be dairy-free and full of flavour, eating should be joyful and that healthy definitely doesn’t mean bland or boring. That’s why they make foods and drinks that taste naturally good but are also good for you. A life lived in rude health.
Coconut Drink. A refreshing alternative to milk. They take all the lovely white stuff from coconuts and whip it up until it’s smooth. Then they blend it with rice, pure mountain spring water and a pinch of sea salt. The coconut’s good oils give it a creamy texture, while giving you all kinds of nutrient goodies
Directions For Use
We like it with cereals, add to coffee, add to tea, smoothie-shake, bake, tropical mocktails Make any breakfast sunnier by pouring Coconut Drink over a bowl of your morning favourite. Transform your coffee into a luxe latté. Mix it with pineapple juice for a mocktail Piña Colada. Try it instead of milk for pancakes like you've never had them before. You can even add a whole new twist to rice pudding simply by substituting it for milk. Because this drink is made from real ingredients and no emulsifiers, it may separate a little. Shake well every time.
Store in a cool dry place. After opening, keep in the fridge and use within 5 days. Don't freeze.
Dietary and Allergen Info
Approved for a Halal Diet
Approved for a Kosher Diet
Suitable for Sufferers of Lactose Intolerance
Suitable for a Vegan Diet
Suitable for a Vegetarian Diet
Suitable for a Coeliacs Diet
Always read the label before using the product and never rely solely on the information presented on our website.
Natural spring water, organic rice, organic coconut butter (2%), sea salt.
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|Average Serving||100 g or ml|
|Energy/Calories per 100g||223 kJ|
|Energy/Calories per 100g||53 kcal|
|Protein per 100g||0.1 g|
|Fat per 100g||1.2 g|
|of which Saturates per 100g||1 g|
|Carbohydrate Per 100g||10.4 g|
|of which Sugars per 100g||4.2 g|
|Fibre per 100g||0.7 g|
|Salt per 100g||0.1 g|
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