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Oh, the nostalgia we feel when we hear the word “milkman”! 

The convenience, the personability, the community feeling that a milkman brought to a neighbourhood is like no other.

Well, ladies and gentlemen, the milkman is back on the streets of the U.S.!

Only this time, it’s a plant-based, nut-milk, sustainable-alternative-milkman, come to deliver the creamy, rich Milkadamia macadamia nut milk that will leave you wondering why you didn’t make the switch from cow’s milk sooner!

Since the start of the pandemic, online shopping has seen an unbelievable surge of 44%, which led the Australian family business to consider new distribution paradigms that would make life not only safer but more convenient. The milkman service 2.0 is available via www.shopmilkadamia.com where anyone can easily browse the cyber-aisles and select their favourite products for delivery – either as a one-time purchase or on a subscription-basis to save 10%.

In Europe, the plant-based food industry has grown by almost 50% in the last two years, with vegan milk substitutes overtaking plant-based meat alternatives as the fastest-growing sector of all, research by the Smart Protein Project shows.

This huge recent spike in both plant-based industry-growth and consumers’ online-shopping behaviour will hopefully promise a successful milkman service in the U.S., only to be promptly introduced to the UK and the rest of Europe.

Image from milkadamia.com
Milkadamia Launches Plant-Based Milk Delivery Service in US
Alice Magliano is a British-Italian copywriter and content-creator who, for the last 3 years, has travelled the world in search for the sunniest beaches to write from. She loves to learn and grow from the people she meets, learning about different cultures and lifestyles as she voyages across the globe. Fluent in three languages and with a background in business, fine art and vegan nutrition, her fields of interest and expertise are broad. Despite her Italian grandmother’s bewilderment, she is very happily vegan and enjoys sharing her plant-based creations and sustainability hacks with friends and family.