Perfect Day is Changing The Way We Drink and Look At Milk Products

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Crafting together a base of plant proteins and the mixing styles of a brewery, this Berkeley start-up has a lot to prove.

Calling themselves sustainable. Nice. and Delicious, the fermentors over at Perfect Day have found a way to create wholesome dairy products without the dairy and without cows to be quite honest.

“We wanted a way to enjoy the dairy products we love - with zero compromise. So we created Perfect Day: milk crafted without the help of a single cow (hey, she could use a day off). It’s made to be more nutritious, safe, and sustainable than factory-farmed dairy. And it tastes just like cow’s milk!“

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Using less gas emissions, landfill usage, compost by-product, and less water consumption, Perfect Day is creating Milk that’s safer than the leading products found on shelves currently. These scientists of milk are leading the future for a more sustainable country. So what’s their secret?

“With natural resources and human ingenuity. Instead of having cows do all the work we make our milk with a process similar to craft brewing. Using yeast and age-old fermentation techniques, we make the very same milk proteins that cows make.“

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Founder’s Ryan Pandya and Perumal Gandhi can’t help their love of cheese, “What started in 2014 with two guys, a big idea, and a shared passion for cheese, has quickly grown into a company on a mission to create a world of delicious animal-free dairy products. We thought: Why give up our favorite foods? There must be a better way. And so we brought together a diverse team of chefs, food designers, nutritionists, scientists, engineers, and one office dog, Sophie,“ the founders said about their big idea.


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