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ADDING MULTIMEDIA Coconut Cloud Adds 6 New Products to Their Growing Line of Dairy-Free Coffees, Creamers, Cocoas, and Lattes

BOULDER, Colo. , November 23 /Businesswire/ - Coconut Cloud, a woman-owned business specializing in coconut-based, dairy-free products, is excited to announce two new collections and six new products: Happy Brain Coffee™ in Original and Unsweetened, Frappe at Home™ in Mocha Latte Frappe, Pumpkin Spice Coconut Milk Creamer, a seasonal addition, and, new to the cocoa line: Salted Caramel and Peppermint Hot Cocoas.

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Coconut Cloud's full line of dairy free, vegan beverage mixes, including their 6 new debut items. (Photo: Business Wire)

Coconut Cloud's full line of dairy free, vegan beverage mixes, including their 6 new debut items. (Photo: Business Wire)

Coconut Cloud is on a mission to solve the dairy dilemma by creating coconut-based products that are deliciously better-for-you. All products are always dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free, non-GMO, and vegan.

As an added superfood boost, all Coconut Cloud products include the addition of MCT oil. Derived from coconut oil, MCT oil is comprised of medium-chain fatty acids that convert directly into energy in the body rather than being stored as fat.

“I always wanted to be able to indulge in rich, creamy dairy-free coffees and cocoas without sacrificing taste, health, or convenience,” says founder Kerry Carlson. “Coconut Clouds strives to accomplish this with every product.”

Coconut Cloud is going beyond coffee creamers and expanding into the world of coffee with a supercharged, all-in-one, coffee plus creamer product line with added MCT oil for brain fuel. The company kicks off their line of Happy Brain Coffee™ with two versions: Original (with just a hint of natural coconut sugar) and Unsweetened.

And with the Frappe at Home™ collection, people can skip the long coffee shop lines and have a healthier coffee beverage at home. The Mocha Frappe is a creamy, chocolatey mix that is easily blended with ice and nut milk for a perfect dairy-free coffee treat that is ready in minutes at a fraction of the cost.

Fall is in the air, along with the talk of all things pumpkin. Thanks to Coconut Cloud, fans can get their dairy-free pumpkin spice fix at home or anywhere, with the debut of their new, seasonal Pumpkin Spice Coconut Milk Creamer. But this fall favorite will only be available for a limited time!

And for chocolate lovers? Peppermint Hot Cocoa and Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa are the newest additions to Coconut Cloud’s dairy-free, plant-based collection of cocoas. Made with simple, better-for-you ingredients, these indulgent, vegan holiday flavors pair well with crisp fall air, crackling fires, and blankets galore.

All six of these new products are available now for purchase at and

About Coconut Cloud

Coconut Cloud is a woman-owned business with a mission to replace dairy everywhere with rich and creamy coconut. Coconut Cloud offers a wide variety of dried, shelf-stable coconut milk-based creamers, lattes, coffees, and cocoas. All products are dairy-free, vegan, and allergen friendly. Coconut Cloud makes it easy to travel with dairy-free options that taste great and are better for you. Visit Coconut Cloud for more information or contact Lauren Durso, via email or phone at, (707) 217-7986.

STORY TAGS: Photo/Multimedia, Online Retail, Retail, Consumer, Restaurant/Bar, Women, Supermarket, Food/Beverage, Colorado, Product/Service, United States, North America,


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