Earth Balance Soymilk Appears in Whole Foods Market (DISCONTINUED)


Earth Balance Soymilk was discontinued – they decided to stick with butter alternatives! But there are still several soymilk options on the market. The most popular brand is Silk Soymilk. You can also make your own with this Homemade Soymilk recipe.

Smart Balance, the makers of the entire Earth Balance product line of non-dairy butter and nut butter, have launched Earth Balance Soymilk in four varieties: Original, Vanilla, Chocolate, and Unsweetened. The new soymilk is being touted as vegan, dairy-free (lactose-free / casein-free), gluten-free, and it is fortified with calcium, vitamin D and ALA omega-3s.

Smart Balance Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Hughes stated the following:

Earth Balance SoymilkWe are thrilled to be partnering with Whole Foods, a retail industry leader in providing new and innovative products to health-conscious consumers, on the launch of our new Earth Balance™ Soymilk.

This new product joins the super-premium family of Earth Balance® branded products, including buttery spreads, shortenings and nut butters.  Importantly, it will provide consumers with the only refrigerated soy milk product in the market that is both organic and Non-GMO Project certified.

Currently, Earth Balance Organic Soymilk is only available at Whole Foods. It can be found in half-gallon cartons in the refrigerated section.

About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. I am virtually addicted to Earth Balance Organic Chocolate Soymilk, which I make into the simplest dessert — I just pour about a half cup into a plastic container and freeze it till it’s got a sherbet-like consistency. I eat approximately two cups of the soy milk over the course of the evening.

    It seems like a healthy, non-fattening dessert. But I noticed that “dried cane sugar” is the second ingredient listed and I’m worried that makes it less healthy and more fattening. (I don’t have any health problems that would be effected by sugar.) I’d like to find out if it’s still a healthy and relatively non-fattening dessert.

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