Berlin-based start-up Vly is developing the ‘dairy of the future’: an alt milk made from yellow split pea protein.
The product is neutral in taste, high in nutrients and protein, low in sugars, and free from common allergens nuts and oats.
“It’s also a far more sustainable product, requiring less water, land and CO2,” noted the firm. Specifically, one litre of Vly uses 15 x less CO2, 13 x less water, and 5 x less land compared to cow’s milk.
Vly is available in Germany, Austria, Estonia, the Netherlands, and Switzerland via retail, foodservice and direct-to-consumer. Prices start from €2.50 per carton.