The milk of all plant milks
Sunflowers are gentler on our environment.
Sunflowers promote healthy soil by restoring carbon to the earth. Their roots grow deep, breaking up soil layers, increasing circulation, and bringing all the great benefits of bacteria, fungi, and microbes to the field. Soil is healthier and richer when sunflowers are included in crop rotation!
Sunflowers are also drought-tolerant – which means they’ll survive in dry conditions. Not all plant-based milks can say the same! Most sunflower farmers use no-till or minimum-till practices, which means less greenhouse gas emissions and a smaller carbon footprint.
Sunflowers have a lower carbon footprint compared to other milk varieties
And sunflowers require 40%
less water than almonds
Sunflower seeds are functionally nutritious with healthy fats and protein, as well as a antioxidants like Vitamin E, copper, and magnesium. Your taste buds and your body will thank you.BROWSE FLAVORS