Low in saturated fat & cholesterol. Certified by American Heart Association. Rich in calcium & vitamin D. Gluten free. The WestSoy brand is passionate about soymilk and has a total belief in its delicious heart-healthy goodness. WestSoy Soymilk is certified by the American Heart Association. For more than a decade, WestSoy has been America's leading brand of shelf stable soymilk. Smooth and creamy WestSoy Non Fat Soymilk is a good source of protein, containing 6.25 g of soy protein per serving. Plus, it's an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D, with no fat and no cholesterol. WestSoy Soymilk is deliciously satisfying by the glass, over cereal, in smoothies and in your favorite recipes. We believe in soymilk with all our hearts. Delicious and nutritious - a diet containing 25 grams of soy protein per day, that is also low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. One serving of WestSoy Non Fat Soymilk contains 6.25 grams of soy protein. WestSoy Soymilk is The Heart of Soy - it's deliciously nutritious and heart smart. American Heart Association certified; All Natural - no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives; No genetically engineered ingredients; Fat free food - with 0 g fat and 0 g saturated fat per serving; Rich in calcium and vitamin D; Good source of protein - 6.25 g soy protein per serving; A cholesterol free food; Lactose and dairy free; Gluten free; Kosher; Vegetarian. This shelf-stable packaging protects flavor, nutritional value and maintains freshness and quality without preservatives or refrigeration! Easy pour, recloseable spout!
32 fl oz (1 qt) 946 ml x 12
4 per pack
Shake well. Lift cap, pull tab in direction of arrows. Reclose cap securely. After opening, keep refrigerated and use within 7-10 days.
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