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10 of the best Plant Based Milks

10 of the best Plant Based Milks
Here’s a list of 10 plant-based “mylks” you can find at your local grocery store or health food shop.
found in the long-life and refrigerator areas.
In no particular order please enjoy the list!


Nutty Bruce. 

A genuine brand making genuine milk. Their range consists of 5 kinds of milk. Almond, cashew, and coconut made with the purest of ingredients with no added nasties.



One of the most popular brands in the plant-based market, the Swedish company is always in high demand. Read more about them in our recent feature HERE.  Currently, there are four varieties in the range.


Almond Breeze.

Non-dairy almond milk and milk blends. The range consists of sweetened and unsweetened milk varieties.



A recognised brand you will see at cafes and you can also purchase from your local grocery stores. The range consists of soy, almond, coconut, flavoured milk and coconut sparkling water.


Raw C.

Coconut milks, flavoured milks, waters, coconut oils and coconut spreads. All packaging is BPA free and 100% recyclable!

Alt Dairy Co.

Australian made oat milk, manufactured for baristas by the oat experts at Sanitarium.


Soy Good.

Sanitarium So Good Soy Milk Regular is a long life dairy-free milk alternative



Milk Lab.

Almond, coconut, macadamia and soy.



Pure Harvest.

Almond, coconut and flavoured milks.


Coles and Woolworths home brands.

The home brands offer low cost versions of soy, oat, and almond milk.


So what did you think of our list? We hope that after looking through this list, you will see just how easy it is to access plant-based milk alternatives. In 2020 there are so many great options that we have, so why not ditch the dairy and enjoy a vegan option today!

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Comments (2)

  1. Sunirmal Biswas
    November 2, 2020 at 7:11 am

    I want to australian venila milk

  2. Sarah
    July 9, 2022 at 10:42 pm

    Is there a plant based milk available that contains NO seed oil?