Recent exposes have shown what our bovine friends go thru for the unethical dairy industry. Our creamy, delicious milkadamia is made from natural macadamias, not from cows.
Plant-based milks, including our own milkadamia, bring you the creamy smoothness and delicious taste of milk in a way that’s sustainable and healthy for the planet.
Our Jindilli Farm practices earth-friendly regenerative farming techniques that keep the rich carbon in the soil.
Plant-based milk is the perfect substitute for dairy in recipes. Whether it’s baking or cooking, plant milk like milkadamia replicates the smooth, creamy taste that all cooks want.
Unlike what you’ve seen from the dairy industry recently you’ll never see video of a farmer torturing a macadamia nut. Enjoy the taste you grew up with but leave the milk to the cows.
Animal-based milk comes in regular, chocolate or skim. BORING! Plant-based milks, creamers and butters come in a wide range of delicious flavors.
Plant-based milk, like milkadamia, is generally lower in fat, cholesterol and calories than whole milk, plus they contain zero hormones. Milk does NOT do a body good. Plants do.
Plant-based athletes such as Lewis Hamilton, Novak Djokovic, Kyrie Irving know that one can achieve maximum performance on a plant-based diet.
Drinking plant-based milk is a great way to give the Earth some breathing room. Our Jindilli Farm employs regenerative farming principles to sequester carbon and feed the soil, so it feeds us.
Many people looking to make the change to move to a plant-based diet start with plant-based milk and eventually realize they don’t need meat or dairy in their diet.
Big Dairy farms are a leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions and the mishandling of fertilizer runoff harms rivers and streams. Transcend the herd!
Did you know it takes 144 gallons of water to make one gallon of dairy milk? The trees at our Jindilli Farm are not tethered to irrigation systems. We rely on Mother Nature. Thanks, mom.
We are the only species who drink the milk of another species. Let’s leave cow’s milk for whom it was intended: baby cows.
There has an explosion of new plant-based products in every dairy category from ice cream to yoghurt to cheeses to buttery spreads, further rendering moo moot.