Attendees at Natural Products EXPO West will be able to try Califia Farms Iced Coffee downstairs in Hall E at Booth #5746 in three tasty flavors: Double Espresso, Café Latte, and Mocha. From smooth Café Latte to velvety rich Mocha, and with the powerful punch of Double Espresso in between, Califia Farms Pure Iced Coffee with Almondmilk is the healthy all-day answer to your energy needs.
“There wasn’t a ready-to-drink Iced Coffee option on the market for vegan, non-soy drinkers… and it didn’t seem fair to deprive them of a healthy pick-me-up,”
“Califia Farms is committed to taking care of the earth and its people through the sustainable production of healthy, all-natural beverages, with 100 percent recyclable packaging,” said Steltenpohl. While typical almondmilks are processed from roasted almonds, Califia Farms’ Almondmilk is made from whole blanched (not roasted) California almonds, resulting in a fresh, vibrant taste with more nutrients. Califia Farm’s Iced Coffee with Almondmilk and Pure Almondmilk come in a sleek, modern 48-ounce carafe that recalls the classic glass milk bottle silhouette.
Califia Farms won the 2013 American Package Design Award from Graphic Design USA. In 2011, Progressive Grocer named Califia Farms an Editors’ Pick for Best Pure Product and a finalist for the 2012 PMA Impact Award: Excellence in Packaging. Califia Farms Pure Almondmilk is in the dairy section and must be refrigerated. Extended Shelf Life (ESL) packaging guarantees freshness.
ABOUT CALIFIA FARMS
Califia Farms was founded in 2010 by the growers of Cuties tangerines to share more of their California bounty year-round. Headed by beverage visionary and Odwalla founder Greg Steltenpohl, the company produces all of its products locally in California, celebrating the state's natural abundance. Califia Farms' new plant is eco-friendly, energy efficient, clean-water responsible and repurposes more than 90 percent of its post-production byproduct. The name Califia comes from a Spanish legend, telling of warrior queen Califia who ruled over a kingdom of women living on the mythical island of California. Spanish conquistadors believed they had discovered Califia's bountiful island when they first explored California.