Hazelnut anything makes sense. A hazelnut-flavored creamer, made with whole grain oats, is no exception. Shelf-stable: no refrigeration needed until opened. Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 7-10 days. 15 calories or less per serving. Half the fat of other oat creamers. 1g or less sugar per serving. No added gums or emulsifiers. Carrageenan-free, gluten-free. No artificial flavors. Non-GMO Project verified. Kosher. Crafted with our patented HydroRelease™ method. Made in Elma, New York.
Ingredients: Oatmilk (Water, Whole Grain Oats), Hemp Cream (Water, Hemp Seeds), Cane Sugar, Contains 2% or Less of: Natural Flavors, Mineral Blend (Dipotassium Phosphate, Potassium Citrate).
About Elmhurst: In 2016, Henry Schwartz closed New York City's last dairy, Elmhurst. This wasn't easy; Elmhurst had been in his family over 90 years, since his father and uncle hand-bottled and delivered milk to Queens and Brooklyn in a truck full of ice blocks. The cows had long since gone, but a famous tradition had ended...until 2017 when Elmhurst reappeared as, of all things, an innovative plant milk company. How could a committed dairyman like Henry make this shocking change?
Henry was concerned, but also intrigued by a steady decline in dairy consumption and the changing American diet. More and more people were eating healthier, adopting plant-based alternatives, and becoming mindful of environmental impact. Actually, so was he.
Henry could see the future of "milk"—and the possibility of evolving into a non-dairy company. But what did he know about plant milks? Then fate intervened. Around this time, Henry had a chance meeting with a famous plant food scientist, Dr. Cheryl Mitchell, who just so happened to be looking for a partner to help bring her revolutionary HydroRelease™ milling process to market. Using just water, HydroRelease separates the natural components of a grain, nut, or seed before reassembling them as a smooth, creamy beverage. The original ingredient's nutrition is maintained, and no gums or emulsifiers are needed to hold the product together.
Henry went all in on the plant-based revolution, partnering with Dr. Cheryl to bring her technology to market. This meant shutting down a historic dairy. But it was not the end of Elmhurst—just an exciting new chapter in a long family story. Henry preserved the iconic name along with the year it first appeared on the streets of New York. Today, Elmhurst is the fastest-growing plant-based beverage company on the market.