Our mission

Good for people. Good for planet. Here at Alpro we want to continue to change the way the world eats for the better by making naturally healthy plant-based food that tastes good and does good.

Why is plant-based eating good for people?

Why is plant-based eating good for the planet?

Where we come from

We’ve been around for a long time, making plant-based food and drink since well before the days it became fashionable. For us, it’s common sense. And common sense, quite frankly, never tasted this good.

1973

1973 - We started out with a radical idea: what if the goodness of soya, valued in Asia for over 2,000 years, could be turned into something as versatile as milk? Something that anybody, anywhere could enjoy anytime?

1980

1980 - This idea grew and grew until it became Alpro: a simple, wholesome recipe for a soya drink. But with it came an appetite for much, much more.

2012

2012 - Once we’d created our first soya-based products, we naturally wondered what other delicious, nourishing ingredients nature might help us out with… and Alpro almond and hazelnut drinks soon followed.

2017

2017 - Today, we make all kinds of taste sensations with grains, nuts, and ingredients direct from the earth.

1973
1980
2012
2017
1973

1973 - We started out with a radical idea: what if the goodness of soya, valued in Asia for over 2,000 years, could be turned into something as versatile as milk? Something that anybody, anywhere could enjoy anytime?

1980

1980 - This idea grew and grew until it became Alpro: a simple, wholesome recipe for a soya drink. But with it came an appetite for much, much more.

2012

2012 - Once we’d created our first soya-based products, we naturally wondered what other delicious, nourishing ingredients nature might help us out with… and Alpro almond and hazelnut drinks soon followed.

2017

2017 - Today, we make all kinds of taste sensations with grains, nuts, and ingredients direct from the earth.

1973
1980
2012
2017
A farmer holding soya beans in his hands in a soya field

Sustainability matters