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Pecan-Based Vegan Eggnog Launches for the Holidays

MALK's pecan milk vegan nog is the first of its kind to hit shelves this holiday season.

Texas-based nut milk company MALK Organics has released the first-ever pecan milk-based vegan eggnog in time for the holiday season. The new Pecan Malk Nog is organic and made from cold-pressed pecan milk, nutmeg, and cinnamon, and the company boasts that the drinks contain no artificial ingredients, carrageenan, or preservatives. “Our customers mean the world to us, so we created this delicious holiday nog in celebration of them," MALK Organics CEO August Vega says. “Nog is nostalgic for so many reasons and we’re thrilled to be adding this classic holiday drink with a healthy twist to our product line.” In September, the company expanded distribution of its nut-based milks to 1,500 stores nationwide—including Kroger and Whole Foods. Pecan Malk Nog will be available at Whole Foods Markets in the southwest region.

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