With the free-from milk category growing by almost 4% last year consumers are experimenting with vegan products more than ever before, seeking out options that not only taste great, but are packed with nutrition and good for the planet. But despite the crowded category, few products have successfully met all consumers’ needs… Until now.

Wunda Pea Power

Wunda Pea Power

This Plant-Based Milk Day, 22nd August, all eyes are on WUNDA – a recently-launched plant-based milk alternative that’s shaking up the category by providing consumers with a solution that offers the rare combination of nutritional balance and versatility, without compromising on taste.

The secret? WUNDA’s secret recipe uses a game-changing hero ingredient, the humble yellow split pea

WUNDAFULLY Balanced Nutrition

The small-but-powerful yellow split pea is a source of good quality plant-based protein, and has been harnessed by WUNDA’s nutritionists in the innovative product recipe for WUNDA Original, which is low in fat, sugar and salt, but high in protein, with 2.2 grams of pea protein per 100ml and WUNDA only contains  35 calories per 100ml perfect for when you are counting the calories.

WUNDA Original contains additional nutrients and micronutrients essential for a healthy and balanced diet, including 120 milligrams (mg) of calcium and 1.9 grams of fibre per 100 ml serving, as well as providing a source of Vitamin D, B2 and B12. and best of all it's also free from dairy, gluten, lactose, soya and nuts.


All-too-often, plant-based milk alternatives disappoint consumers when it comes to taste and texture, but the power of pea protein and innovation behind Wunda’s secret recipe, is its light, mild and delicate taste, which sets it apart.

Thanks to its velvety creaminess and delicate taste, it’s a versatile, pantry must-have, which is primed to drink straight from the carton, pour over cereal, and use in baking and cooking. And, as its nutritionally balanced, it’s perfect for mixing into shakes and smoothies.

But WUNDA is a real game-changer when it comes to hot beverages: unlike some other plant-based milk alternatives, WUNDA doesn’t split, so froths incredibly well – perfect for foamy lattes!

Wunda have produced a range of recipes, ranging from healthy cakes and savouries through to the perfect latte or fruity smoothies for you to try out CLICK HERE

Check out these recipes for Wunda savoury dishes CLICK HERE 

Anna Collins, Nutrition Manager, WUNDA: “Shopping for a plant-based milk alternative can be an overwhelming experience when there are so many different choices available. The nutrition profile of these plant-based milk alternatives can vary enormously depending on the plant ingredient used, as well as other ingredients.

“At WUNDA, we think it’s important for a plant-based product to deliver to the expectations of people looking for a nutritious choice. We use public health guidelines to guide our product development and ensure our products are high in nutrients like protein and fibre, while being low in fat, saturated fat, sugar and salt. We also add nutrients that are important for a balanced, plant-based diet, such as calcium and vitamins D, B2 and B12.”

WUNDA Original and Unsweetened can be purchased online or in person at all major supermarkets, including Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Morrisons, Co-Op, Amazon and Ocado. RRP £1.90, 950ml. 


WUNDA from Nestlé a new innovative plant-based milk alternative which was launched in the UK and Ireland in June 2021. Made from yellow split peas, WUNDA has a neutral, refreshing taste that makes it a great alternative and versatile choice for people who want a plant-based drink that tastes closer to dairy.

Benoit Idieder, Senior Product Development Specialist, WUNDA: “WUNDA was created to help consumers find a complete solution that delivered on a balanced nutrition profile without compromise on taste and usage across key breakfast and beverage moments. The innovation was also created with multiple must-have key criteria, incorporating nutrition, application in tea or coffee to ensure there was no floccillation, lightness in taste, great foamability for cappuccinos, as well as a carbon neutral certification.”

Not only does WUNDA taste great, it's also nutritious and sustainably produced and has been certified a carbon neutral by the UK Carbon Trust.

WUNDA believes that plant-based living should be effortless for people while helping to tread lighter on the planet. Not only is WUNDA high in pea protein, low in fat and sugars but it is also versatile and tasty. 

WUNDA has been carbon neutral from the outset – certified by an external trusted third party called Carbon Trust.


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