Good Hemp Longlife Milk Alternative 1L £1 @ TESCO (instore / online)
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Good Hemp Longlife Milk Alternative 1L £1 @ TESCO (instore / online)

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Found 14th Jul 2015
Good Hemp : Good Hemp is a creamy, nutritious, dairy free alternative to Milk and Soya. Made from natural hemp seed, it can be used in Tea and Coffee, Cereals, Milk Shakes, Porridge, for cooking or simply as a refreshing dink.

Good things : Good Hemp is low in saturated fat, easy to digest and cholesterol free. Hemp seed is naturally rich in Omega 3 & 6.
In fact, just one serving of Good Hemp provides 50% of our recommended daily intake of Omega 3.

Good Omegas : Omega 3 & 6 (GLA) are the essential fatty acids (EFAs) that the body cannot produce and must be supplied by food.

Good value : We work really hard to produce the best value products. This means using the most valuable raw ingredients for taste and for health, which also benefit the planet.

Hemp is one of the oldest crops to be grown in the world.
Hemp is really healthy, but it is also fantastic for the environment.

Hemp grows very fast. In fact, it is one of the fastest growing plants on earth. And it captures a lot of C02. It does not need pesticides.
Every part of the plant is used. Seed for healthy food and the stalks for eco-building materials, which lock CO2. Hemp is very healthy for the soil.
We grow our hemp in wildlife friendly fields.

For over 10 years we have grown our own hemp seed for Good Hemp food especially for it's delicious nutty flavour.

If you like Good Hemp, you will love our other Good things.
Good Oil, Good Seed

Pack Size: 1L

Each 250ml serving contains:
Calories 98 5%
Sugars 4.0 g 4%
Fat 6.3 g 9%
Saturates 0.5 g 3%
Salt 0.1 g 2% of an adult's guideline daily amount

Omega 3 50% of daily intake per glass*
* Guidelines: European FSA (2 g per day of Omega 3 ALA and 10 g per day of Omega 6)

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Creamy fresh tasting
Natural source of omega 3
Made from healthy hemp seed
Alternative to milk & soya
Easy to digest
Natural, healthy and British
Low in saturated fat
Zero cholesterol
Enriched with calcium and vitamin D2
Free from dairy & lactose, soya and gluten
Free from GMO and allergens
Free from artificial sweeteners, colours and preservatives
Suitable for vegans
Vegetarian Society approved
Natural source of omega 3
Low in saturated fat

Ingredients:
Water, Hemp Cream (3%), Grape Juice Extract Concentrate, Calcium from Seaweed (Lithothamnium Calcareum), Emulsifier (Sucrose Ester), Stabiliser (Xanthan Gum), Natural Flavouring, Sea Salt, Vitamin D2

Allergy Information:
Free From: Gluten, Lactose, Dairy, Soya\Soybeans
Storage: Once opened, keep refrigerated & consume within 5 days.
Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Preparation and Usage:
Instructions for use. Shake well before use.

Additives:
Free From Genetically Modified Ingredients
Free From Artificial Colours
Free From Artificial Sweeteners
Free From Artificial Preservatives
Manufacturer Address:
Made for:
Braham & Murray,
Collabear Farm,
North Devon,
EX31 3JZ.

Net Contents:
1 Litres ℮

8 Comments

Original Poster

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Hmm never tried. Thanks

Original Poster

lucyferror

Hmm never tried. Thanks



Tastier than Soya Milk IMO and looks to be a lot healthier too.

Why not just have milk? (genuinely)

MAdam98

Why not just have milk? (genuinely)



Pasteurised milk containing hormones and antibiotics from a cow bred relentlessly for milk production quantity and fed high quantities of corn is very hard to digest for many people, who seek alternatives.

MAdam98

Why not just have milk? (genuinely)



​Humans generally are very bad at digesting dairy products. Just Google dairy free diet heath benefits for a better explanation

£1.49 in Asda so voted hot , tastes ok

There is no warning on this milk that it is very high in gammalinoleic acid, which epileptics shouldn't have. It sent a friend of a friend's child into seizure. Why are there no warnings on the packaging?
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