Planting Hope's Hope and Sesame(R) Sesamemilk Added to Amazon.ca and Leading Natural Grocery Stores Across Canada
Hope and Sesame® Sesamemilk in bilingual packaging is now available to Canadian customers in four flavors, including award-winning Barista Blend, at Amazon.caIn Quebec, Marches TAU, Avril Natural Market, and other retailers have added Hope and …
- Hope and Sesame® Sesamemilk in bilingual packaging is now available to Canadian customers in four flavors, including award-winning Barista Blend, at Amazon.ca
- In Quebec, Marches TAU, Avril Natural Market, and other retailers have added Hope and Sesame® Sesamemilk to their stores, increasing Canadian Hope and Sesame® distribution by 23 locations and 113 Total Distribution Points ("TDP")
- In Ontario, Ambrosia Natural Foods, Marcheleo's, Nature's Emporium, and other retailers have added Hope and Sesame® to 36 locations, an increase of 180 TDP
- In British Columbia, Pomme Natural Markets, Roots Natural, and other retailers have added Hope and Sesame® to 10 locations, an increase of 26 TDP
- Planting Hope will be participating in the Canaccord Genuity AgriFood Tech Innovation Virtual Forum on December 1, 2022
CHICAGO, IL and VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 23, 2022 / The Planting Hope Company Inc. (TSXV:MYLK)(OTCQB:MYLKF)(FRA:J94) ("Planting Hope" or the "Company"), a plant-based food and beverage company focused on producing the world's most nutritious and planet-friendly products, is pleased to announce that Hope and Sesame® Sesamemilk is now available to Canadian customers in top natural grocery stores throughout Canada, as well as to customers nationwide through Amazon.ca.
"We're thrilled to expand the availability of Hope and Sesame® Sesamemilk to customers across Canada through both ecommerce and leading natural grocers," said Julia Stamberger, CEO and Co-founder of Planting Hope. "The leading online retailer in Canada, Amazon.ca, offers fast shipping across Canada and access to four Hope and Sesame® Sesamemilk flavors. It's exciting to see our bilingual Canadian packaging gain such rapid traction from prominent Canadian retailers. The Canadian population is roughly 10% of the size of the US, but the Canadian plant-based milk market is 20% of the size of the US market, representing CAD $600M in the grocery sector alone, and demonstrating a relatively broader embrace of plant-based products across Canadian consumers. Per a study from Plant Based Foods Association Canada,(1) 80% of Canadians eat plant-based foods as a regular part of their diet and 67% say they consume plant-based foods ‘frequently'."