Califia Vegan Milk Cafe Pops Up at NY Fitness Shop

Califia Vegan Milk Cafe Pops Up at NY Fitness Shop

For the month of May, fitness shop BANDIER will treat guests to nutmilks, creamers, and cold-brewed coffee made by vegan company Califia Farms.


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California-based vegan milk brand Califia Farms has partnered with athletic company BANDIER to host a month-long pop-up event at the apparel company’s Flatiron location in New York City. Califia will be sampling its nut-based milks, maca-enhanced almond milk, non-dairy creamers, and cold-brewed coffees. “We want to show as many people as possible what plants can do through our diverse range of clean energy, clear label, plant-based beverages,” Califia’s Experiential Marketing Manager Samantha Dunnachie said. “Califia’s mission is to use whole, real and nutrient-dense ingredients without ever compromising on taste—something I think will resonate with BANDIER guests.” Califia will also host a Wednesday morning workout series to promote each products featuring special guests including Top Chef alum Candice Kumai, model-turned-wellness guru Alex Kate Knight, and Good Clean Food author Lily Kunin. The Califia brand is growing quickly within the booming plant-based milk sector and has recently expanded its distribution to Canada and the UK.

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