67 comments

  • Gary S.
    08/10/2019 20:10

    All of them taste vile, tried the lot

  • Niyati M.
    08/10/2019 18:56

    for us no impact for coconut milk. Just consider

  • Katalin K.
    08/10/2019 08:07

    Shame on you for posting this. Animals shouldn't have to suffer. Go vegan. đŸŒ±

  • Chelsea K.
    08/10/2019 07:19

    Oat milk is the cheapest and easiest to make. Or buy a package of organic coconut cream (the solid stuff) and blend it with water + vanilla + lecithin (that’s how they’re making it anyways). Save you hundreds of $$$ every year for daily drinkers. Hemp milk and flax milk are also wonderful and highly sustainable crops . You’re welcome, cheers!

  • 임영진
    08/08/2019 22:10

    I drink soymilk prodcted in mycountry. And i eat organic produced tobu. But fundermental solution must be prepared internationally. Expert could cause carbon and environmental problem

  • Megan R.
    08/08/2019 19:59

    So what were screwed no matter what? I still dont think cows milk is necessary just for their babies.

  • Wayne H.
    08/08/2019 17:21

    Bullshit.....

  • Jess T.
    08/08/2019 16:26

    Next growing season I plan on growing organic oats and making oat milk from them. I feel that’s as sustainable as you can get!

  • Aron B.
    08/08/2019 05:38

    Oat milk, problem solved.

  • Rob O.
    08/07/2019 15:05

    This has a lot of underlying bias. Plant based alternatives aren’t perfect but they’re better than dairy in terms of water consumption and greenhouses gases - especially methane

  • Ben T.
    08/07/2019 14:41

    This type of info needs to reach the public eye better. All power to vegans, animal rights, hell yeah, but to say it is the Environmentally Friendly option.... it’s simply not accurate.

  • Mary B.
    08/07/2019 12:56

    And they don’t kill cows.

  • Bonnie R.
    08/07/2019 11:01

    Forget soy & almonds. Farmers won't be growing them. Got a substitute? 😂

  • Annis N.
    08/07/2019 10:58

    How can this be eco friendly when they have to kill and clear forests to grow them . To get this produce you need a lot of land!

  • Jason F.
    08/07/2019 10:56

    Almost all of this information is completely false and misleading. Shame on you for this. 85% of soy is produced for livestock, for example. And the other info you present here is all manipulated too. I strongly suggest you remove this irresponsible post. Animal agriculture along with fossil fuels are a known fact to be the two leading causes of climate change. This post is despicable.

  • Mai B.
    12/31/2018 17:19

    Todo bien, serĂ­a fantĂĄstico poder consumir otro tipo de leche... Pero si la de vaca cuesta $30 el litro (si estĂĄ en oferta), la de almendras o coco sale $180 el litro. Si bajaran los precios, estarĂ­a encantada de no consumir mĂĄs la de vaca. đŸ€”

  • Saloua E.
    12/27/2018 00:04

    Ű”ÙŰ­Ű© ۟ۧ۔۩ ŰšŰ§Ù„Ű·ŰšŰź.. ۧۯŰčموني ŰšÙ„Ű§ÙŠÙƒ ŰšŰ§Ű±Ùƒ Ű§Ù„Ù„Ù‡ فيكم

  • Boris K.
    12/24/2018 21:42

    We are too informed to believe this hogwash. Who is sponsoring this so called infomercial?

  • Christina W.
    12/23/2018 04:54

    So innacurate

  • Andrej T.
    12/22/2018 17:46

    MaĆĄa BlaĆŸun bojo resl svet my ass.

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