Updated in 2020! About a decade ago, I reviewed Hemp Bliss from Manitoba Harvest. Hemp farmers were making inroads with their omega-rich crop, but the milk beverages were a bit too early to market. After a few years, Hemp Bliss was pulled from the U.S. market. They continued to produce it in Canada, but the availability was spotty.
To fill the void, Manitoba Harvest shared their favorite Homemade Non-Dairy Hemp Milk recipe, and I later shared my popular Maple Hemp Milk Recipe. Both are easy to make at home and work fantastic in cereal, smoothies, and coffee!
But if you want something more convenient, I have good news. Manitoba Harvest has resumed production of their hemp milk! It’s a new formula with a health-forward look. Hemp Yeah! Hemp Milk is primarily unsweetened, with one lightly sweetened variety, and fits almost any special diet. It’s dairy-free, gluten-free, top allergen-free, vegan, and even keto-friendly.
Since hemp is enjoying a resurgence, there’s a good chance that Manitoba Harvest will have success this time around. To get more information about this new line, see our post on Hemp Yeah! Hemp Milk.
About Manitoba Harvest and Hemp
Manitoba Harvest is a hemp focused company. They work directly with Canadian farmers to produce their non-GMO hemp seeds. Their most popular product lines include their shelled hemp seeds, or Hemp Hearts, and hemp protein powders. But all of their current products, including the milk beverage, are made with hemp seeds. Their hemp seeds are gluten-free, top allergen-free, and rich in omega 3 fatty acids.
To be clear, hemp is NOT marijuana. They are both a part of the cannabis plant family but are VERY different. Hemp contains negligible amounts of THC (less than 0.001%), and it will not cause a psychoactive effect nor will it result in a false positive drug test. Enjoy hemp seeds for the richness and nutrition, not for a high!
For more information on Manitoba Harvest and hemp in general, visit manitobaharvest.com.