New York-based brand Elmhurst 1925 recently launched seasonal creamers in three fall-inspired flavors. The new creamers, which are made with hemp cream and whole oats, are available in 16-ounce cartons for a suggested retail price of $5.99 in three flavors: Pumpkin Spice, Apple Pie Spice, and Gingerbread.

“Autumn and winter are quickly approaching, so now is the perfect time to bring fun seasonal flavors to life,” Heba Mahmoud, Vice President of Marketing at Elmhurst, said. “More and more people are experimenting in the kitchen these days, and our team wanted to make sure there was a flavor-packed, never diluted, plant-based option to help spice up coffee routines. With a quick shake and pour, anyone can recreate the taste of their local cafe favorites right from the comfort of home.”

For more than 80 years, Elmhurst operated as a dairy company until 2016 when current CEO Henry Schwartz partnered with food scientist Cheryl Mitchell, Ph.D., to transition the brand to create exclusively vegan products. The company sells a variety of plant-based milks, oat-based creamers in flavors such as Unsweetened Hazelnut, French Vanilla, and Chai Spice, along with other innovative products. This summer, Elmhurst launched “new fashioned” vegan soft-serve bases in chocolate and vanilla flavors that allow customers to make their own frozen treats at home using any ice cream maker.