- Light and refreshing, it has a flavour that will appeal to the whole family as part of a healthy, balanced diet
- Rice Dream is a pleasant tasting, non-dairy alternative made from rice
- The Rice Dream range can be used in a variety of ways: drunk straight from the glass; poured over your favourite cereal; stirred into tea, coffee and other drinks, or as an ingredient in baking and cooking.
The original Rice Drink - delicious, refreshing and organic
- Available in either a 1L carton or a 200ml carton with a straw.
- Great straight from the glass but just as good on cereal or used for cooking and baking
filtered water, rice (14%)*, cold-pressed sunflower oil*, sea salt.
* organically grown & produced
Typical values per 100ml:
Protein 0.1 g
of which sugars 4.0g
of which lactose 0.0g
of which sucrose 0.0g
of which saturates 0.1g
of which mono-unsaturates 0.7g
of which polyunsaturates 0.2g
of which cholesterol 0mg
The benefits of Rice Dream:
Rice Dream is ideal for anyone who is lactose intolerant or allergic to milk protein. As it is dairy free, it’s also the natural choice for people who prefer to avoid or cut down on animal products for ethical or health reasons.
Low fat & cholesterol free
Rice Dream is low in fat and saturates and contains no cholesterol – making it a great alternative as part of a healthy lifestyle and a nutritious, well-balanced diet.
Easy to digest
Together with its low fat content, the rice starch found in Rice Dream is also a good source of easily digestible complex carbohydrates.
No added sugar
The slightly sweet taste of Rice Dream comes from the partial enzymatic breakdown of starch from the rice grain in a process that is very similar to that which occurs during the digestion of cereals within the body.
Many people switch to Rice Dream simply because they love the taste – and why not? It’s great for children too, and can be used as an occasional drink for infants from six months on. Remember though, like all rice and soy drinks, Rice Dream is not a nutritional substitute for milk and should not be used on its own as a formula for infants, for whom breast milk is always best.