For years, Vitasoy Soymilk sported a very Americanized look in the U.S. and was marketed in mainstream grocers. But the parent company decided to embrace their Asian roots, and transitioned to packaging that looks similar to the products they sell in their native Hong Kong.
Consequently, they’ve shifted to selling Vitasoy Soymilk Singles mostly in Asian grocery stores. And they now come in flavors like Melon and Black Sesame instead of strawberry and vanilla. But don’t worry, they still make Original and Chocolate!
Vitasoy Soymilk Singles are Sweet Sips in Seven Dairy-Free Flavors
These convenient beverages are sold in shelf-stable cartons, complete with straw, but they are best enjoyed chilled and shaken. Because they are made with soybeans, Vitasoy Soymilk Singles have a good dose of natural plant-based protein and iron. But tell us how they taste! Leave your own unbiased rating and review below once you buy try any of the following flavors.
Ingredients: water, non-genetically engineered soybeans, sugar, fructose, salt.
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 110 calories, 4g fat, 11g carbs, 0g fiber, 10g sugars, 7g protein.*
Ingredients: water, non-genetically engineered soybeans, sugar, salt.
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 130 calories, 4g fat, 17g carbs, 0g fiber, 16g sugars, 7g protein.*
Please note that this is flavor contains gluten, from barley malt.
Ingredients: water, sugar, non-genetically engineered soybeans, modified food starch, malt (contains gluten from barley), cocoa powder (processed with alkali), soybean oil, artificial flavors, mono and diglycerides, sodium bicarbonate, dipotassium phosphate, salt, locust bean gum, sodium citrate, carrageenan.
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 160 calories, 3.5g fat, 29g carbs, <1g fiber, 22g sugars, 3g protein.*
Please note that this is flavor contains gluten, from barley malt.
Ingredients: water, non-genetically engineered soybeans, malt (contains gluten from barley), sugar, sodium bicarbonate, salt.
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 140 calories, 4g fat, 20g carbs, 0g fiber, 16g sugars, 7g protein.*
Ingredients: water, non-genetically engineered soybeans, sugar, coconut milk, natural & artificial flavors, mono and diglycerides, sodium bicarbonate, salt, carrageenan, sodium alginate, guar gum.
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 150 calories, 4.5g fat, 22g carbs, 0g fiber, 22g sugars, 5g protein.*
Ingredients: water, non-genetically engineered soybeans, sugar, maltodextrin, artificial flavors, mono and diglycerides, soybean oil, fructose, dipotassium phosphate, salt, sodium bicarbonate, sodium alginate, guar gum, carrageenan, colour (fd&c yellow #5, fd&c blue#1).
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 130 calories, 3.5g fat, 21g carbs, <1g fiber, 18g sugars, 4g protein.*
Ingredients: soymilk (water, non-genetically engineered black soybeans and soybeans), sugar, maltodextrin, soybean oil, black sesame powder, soy protein isolate, salt, dipotassium phosphate, modified soy lecithin, mono and diglycerides,sodium alginate, guar gum, carrageenan.
Nutrition (per 8.45-ounce drink): 140 calories, 4g fat, 20g carbs, <1g fiber, 18g sugars, 6g protein.*
More Facts on Vitasoy Soymilk Single Serves
Price: $1.25 per 8.45-ounce soy drink
Availability: Vitasoy Soymilk Single Serve Cartons are sold primarily at Asian grocers and markets in the U.S. In Canada, they’re sold in both Asian markets and many conventional grocers. You can also purchase them on Amazon.
Certifications: We didn’t see any certifications on Vitasoy Soymilk Single Serve Cartons.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Vitasoy Soymilk is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, nut-free, peanut-free, vegan, and vegetarian. Most varieties are made without gluten.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Vitasoy North America website at .
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
Are all soy milk products lactose free. I just found out I am intolerant. I also wonder how effective the enzyme pills are for eating dairy?
Hi Kyle, in theory, all soymilk products should be dairy-free and lactose-free, but there are no guarantees with anything! Check the label – if there is no milk/dairy listed, then it should be lactose-free. The enzyme pills work for some, not for others. How lactose intolerant you are will also determine how many of the pills you need to take for which types of foods – it’s a balancing act!
I cook a lot at home and used to use dairy by the gallon. I now use almond milk and sometime dairy free butter. What I think is really funny though, is that I often run low on the butter. I tried using corn oil cup for cup for butter in cooking and baking and it is delicious! Even my dairy eating friends commented how good my cakes are! Corn oil now has a permanent place in my pantry!
That’s wonderful, thanks for sharing Chandra! You can also use oil in cookies, but it should be reduced quite a bit.
Is 8th continent soy milk safe? It is certified vegan but has a circled u next to a d
Whether or not it is “safe” for your allergy needs is always your call, no matter the product. Like most brands of milk alternative, it is probably made on equipment that is also used to process dairy – hence the “D” after the OU symbol. Most dairy alternative companies practice strict cleaning processes between batches, but as with any food, if trace amounts of milk are a concern, you should contact the company directly to help decide on your comfort level.
I am lactose intolerant and i eat ceral dry. i was wondering where i can get cheeseless pizzas i cant find them anywhere
See this post: http://www.godairyfree.org/news/nutrition-headlines/why-everyone-should-try-cheese-free-pizza
I am so glad I came upon this website. I have to be on a low iodine diet for a thyroid scan. I cannot have milk products, iodized salt, butter and a lot of things :-(. I was looking for a bread recipe for my bread machine and behold you have a great recipe!!! I also got a lot of other tips that might help me survive this diet. I thank you so very much 🙂
Where can we buy dairy free cheese. Thank you.
In grocery stores (particularly natural food stores) and online from places like http://www.veganessentials.com.
Where in new jersey can I get dairy and soy free milk?Please advice.
Bhavna – You’ll need to click through this review to the company’s website to see their store locator or contact them directly if they don’t have one.
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I’m from Indonesia, very glad found this page. Wonderful website, this is helpful me because I have a child who’s dairy allergic.