• expired

Pureharvest Unsweetened Organic Almond Milk 1L $1.70 + Delivery ($0 with Prime / $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

110

Made from real organic activated almonds with no added sweetener
A full flavoured non-dairy milk
Use it on breakfast cereal, in cooking and as an alternative to dairy milk
A delicious and healthy milk

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.

Related Stores

Amazon AU
Amazon AU
Marketplace

closed Comments

  • This is the 7% almond one. The 10% one is better.

    • The 10% one has more fat, sugars, sodium and nearly twice the amount of calories.

      I'm not saying the 10% one is worse, nor am I saying it's better, that's dependant on the individual's goals combined with their already existing daily intake of nutrition.

  • It's $1.70 half price at Woolies and $1.55 for the unsweetend version. The pic on the link is for the $1.70 10% almond one but the titles states unsweetend that sells for $1.55

    Anyways. Both are good and taste great with cerials.. not good at all for tea or coffee.. and you can't use it for all cooking .. only some things like mash

    • The picture in the link although green like the original 10% still looks different to the Original 10% I have from not long ago.

      It states 10% in green circle and has green writing on top too. This is either new or a Amazon hybrid photo/model lol.

  • Thank you OP for this, as well as vid_ghost for mentioning it was on sale at Woolworths, I went through their catalogue earlier and didn't notice it, but searched up directly and found it.

  • I always buy the 10% ones, so much better. I once got the wrong one which is 7%. Never go back to that one again. Coles was on sale at the same price. I stocked up around 50 packets.
    That will last me for a while.

  • Worth noting that the calcium content in the PureHarvest almond milk is negligible – they don't fortify with calcium. So it's not a very good milk for kids. So Good Almond Milk is better (20x as much calcium) and is often on sale at Coles and Woolies for ~$2.