Plenish is an award-winning plant-powered drinks brand that’s on a mission to fuel a healthier world. Everything we do is driven by the belief that we’re at our best when we’re running on plenty; and that’s as true for the earth as it is for us. Our products are designed to maximise plant-fuelled nutrition and minimise our impact on the planet (read more about why our m*lks are good for the planet here).


For thousands of years we lived on a diet consisting mostly of plants and yet in the last 70 years we’ve begun to eat far more processed foods and much more meat, dairy and sugar than we need. As a result, we’ve seen a rise in obesity and related diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Researchers have shown that moving to a more plant-based diet can help prevent some of our leading causes of death, including heart disease, stroke and some cancers (1-3).

We know that changing the habit of a lifetime is never easy and, for most of us it won’t happen over-night, but we’re here to try to help everyone start somewhere in their journey to a more plant-fuelled diet.


Our m*lks are made with 3 times as many nuts as the average brand and none of the additives – like emulsifiers, stabilisers, gums or oils – that most other dairy-alternatives use. What’s more, our products are all organic, meaning they are produced without the use of pesticides which are harmful for the farmers, the earth and you, when you drink them. Why ruin all that natural goodness by polluting it with chemicals?

To put it simply, we make the purest, most unadulterated products we can because we know it’s better for you. Using high quality, organic ingredients without any fillers makes producing our drinks more complicated and more expensive, but we think your health is worth the investment. When you drink Plenish, you’re getting everything you need and nothing you don’t.

Shop our range of organic m*lks here.


  1. World Cancer Research Fund / American Institute for Cancer Research. Second Expert Report: Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity and the Prevention of Cancer: A Global Perspective.; 2007.
  2. IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention. Fruit and Vegetables. Lyon. 2003;8.
  3. WHO. Diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases. World Health Organ Tech Rep Ser. 2003;916: 1-149. View Summary on PubMed