Koko - Dairy Free Original Plus Calcium Multiple Sizes

Koko - Dairy Free Original Plus Calcium Multiple Sizes

Brand - Koko
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Quick Description

Koko’s Dairy-Free Original Plus Calcium has been made to perfection. If you’re looking for a mild and light moo-free milk, you’ve come to the right place!

Key Information

  • Source Of Calcium And Vitamins
  • Naturally low in sugar and fat
  • Free From Gluten And Soya 
  • Suitable For Vegans And Coeliacs
  • Free From Artificial Preservatives, Colours And Flavours
  • Available in two sizes: 1L and 3x250ml (Triple Pack)

Product Overview

Dying to find that perfect non-dairy milk, that’s mild and light in taste? Say hello to Koko’s Dairy-Free Original Plus Calcium! 

This milk is made with freshly picked coconuts and fortified with calcium and vitamins D2 & B12. It’s smooth, creamy and ever so light with a slight coconutty twist. 

Koko’s milk is great for all to enjoy! It’s naturally free from gluten, non-GMO, soya and peanuts, as well as being naturally low in fat and cholesterol. 

This moo-free milk is also completely animal cruelty-free. Many coconut plantations train monkeys to climb up and pick the coconuts, which is completely not ok! Koko ensures all their sources are rigorously tested and rest assured, no monkeys are harmed in the process.

Pour into hot coffee or make your favourite hot drink, Koko’s milk is completely split-proof and perfectly pourable. It’s great for adding to smoothies and enjoyed in cereals and granola.


Filtered water, coconut milk (6.8%), sugar, maltodextrin, cocoa powder (1.3%), calcium phosphate, thickener: Carrageenan, emulsifier: sucrose ester, natural flavourings, sea salt, Vitamins: D2, B12.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do Koko’s coconuts come from?

Koko only sources coconuts from trusted suppliers that undergo rigorous testing and are audited regularly. This is to ensure absolutely no animals are used during the harvesting processes. Koko gets its coconuts from Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, specifically excluding Thailand as they’re notorious for using animals.