One year on from the legalisation of hemp in food products the sector is showing signs of innovation.
Currently, health food stores and supermarkets only have a few options when it comes to hemp-based foods (you’ve probably seen bags of raw materials and a few infused drinks floating around).
True innovation in the sector will come with time, but a new hemp-based “milk” is the first major indication that the sector will burst into every aspect of our lives over the next few years.
Lauded for its high levels of protein, hemp is fast-becoming the go-to ingredient for health-conscious Aussies looking for the next big superfood.
MáMilk, a truly innovative and exciting hemp-based milk, will soon be hitting the coffee machines and health food store fridges near you, giving soy and almonds a real competitor in the nut milk world.
Co-founded by Tegan Scates (pictured), one of Australia’s preeminent hempreneurs, MáMilk is not only incredibly good for you, but tastes great in a flat-white too. Scates, says she came up with the idea years before legalisation but was truly inspired when she looked into the ancient history of the nutritious beverage. Read more
David Simmons – Business News Australia – 9 October 2018