We spent three years listening to thousands of parents in the region and their desire to buy “clean milk” for their families. Using focus groups, social media, and other innovative techniques, we designed a customer-driven product people wanted. Koita Italian Rice Milk is a perfect substitute for dairy milk, and can be used anywhere you might use a dairy product. This milk is enriched with vitamin B12, vegan, lactose free and GMO free. You can be sure you’re getting the highest quality Premium Italian Rice Milk with a clean, creamy and fresh taste. This product will contain 12 individually packaged 1 liter eco-friendly TetraPak cartons.
CLEANEST TASTING – Our rice milk is enriched with vitamin B12 and tastes delicious. Feel free to indulge in this milk guilt free, and get your daily dose of key nutrients.
NON-GMO ITALIAN RICE – Koita Premium Italian Plant-Based Rice Milk contains no GMO’s nor artificial preservatives. It can be used as a delicious substitute for anything you might use regular milk for – Oatmeal, baking treats, lattes, coffee, baked goods, cooking foods and cereals!
LEAST ALLERGENIC & VEGAN – Rice Milk is known for being the least allergenic of non-dairy milks, which makes it a great choice for someone who is intolerant to lactose or just prefers a delicious alternative.
12 MONTH SHELF LIFE – Koita Italian Rice Milk maintains a shelf life up to 12 months. No need to worry about the rice milk going bad if you’re not at your door to pick up the package. Once ready to drink, we put our Rice milk in an airtight aseptic Tetra Pak package made from paper that is environmentally friendly while preserving the milk’s original taste and freshness. And yes, it does taste great!
PRODUCED IN ITALY – We travelled to the East Coast, the Midwest and the West Coast of the US, the UK, throughout Europe, and even in the Middle Eastern region to find the highest quality premium rice milk. We finally chose Italy because it has one of the most fertile environments and rich soils, coupled with very experienced and strict certification processes. But frankly, doesn’t anything Italian taste the best?