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Why is oat milk so popular, and what's it actually like?

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But in January, after a six-month sprint, the company began shipping four varieties of its Planet Oatmilk to national supermarket chains. It's Hood's first standalone plant-based brand, and at $3.99 per carton, it is no haute milk, like the artisanal pea, flax, or hemp varieties cropping up in natural food stores. This is the dairy-free nectar of the proletariat ?" free of all major allergens, low in added sugar, with a richer, creamier taste than other plant-based "alt-milks." It's so popular that Amazon can't keep it in stock, company executives say.

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Comment by Ed Price
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It seems that dairy is a little bit damaging, and the people are moving away from it because of this.


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