Frequently Asked Questions

Where do your almonds come from?

We source premium quality almonds from Australian growers.

Are they non-GMO and organic?

They are non- GMO but are not organic.

Do you activate your almonds?

Sure do.

What percentage of almonds do you use in your almond milk?

A whopping 11% which is the highest proportion of any leading Almond Milk brand on the market. We also use whole Aussie almonds, including the skin.

Why do you use Gellan Gum?

We use Gellan Gum in our products to prevent fat and protein coagulation. It is a 100% natural ingredient.

Do your products contain Carrageenan?

No, our products do not contain Carrageenan.

What is the calcium content of your products?

That depends on the product. The majority of our products do not have added calcium, as we know that a lot of our consumers choose Inside Out for our unadulterated process and ingredients. However, we recognise that there is a big community of non-dairy drinkers, who like to ensure they're still getting a good dose of calcium from their milk, and therefore we have Inside Out Plus: Calcium Enriched, which has 320mg per serving (40% of your Recommended Daily Intake*).
*Percentage Daily Intakes (%) are based on an average adult diet of 8700kj

Do you use a lot of water in the production of almond milk?

Something we hear often is that it takes a lot of water to produce almond milk, so we want to be as honest as possible on the topic. All manufacturing businesses use water for cleaning, sanitation and health and safety. Almonds specifically, do use quite a lot of water to grow but if you want to put it in relative terms compared to dairy, almond milk uses considerably less water to produce.

Does the seasonality of almonds affect the taste of Inside Out Almond Milk?

Almonds are harvested once a year and we use whole, natural almonds, so there can be very slight variation season to season –that’s all part of choosing a natural product.

So Inside Out produces ‘Cold Pressed Almond Milk’, what is that exactly?

As part of our process we chop up almonds together with cold water, which is then pressed and filtered, to extract the almond milk.

Is almond milk easy to just make at home?

Well we won’t stop you! But once you decide to give it a crack, you will realise it takes a fair while to make the product from scratch, and after you’ve done all the hard work to make it, you have to clean everything up and then you only have 3-4 days to consume it! So we do the hard work for you and give you the shelf life you need to consume at your own pace. A definite win-win situation.

Where is it made?

Our production site is located in Silverwater, NSW, AUSTRALIA.

What are the health benefits of ‘Activated Almonds’?

Health Beneficial’s claim that soaking almonds in water for a certain amount of time help activate the full nutritional health benefits of almonds, although there is no proven evidence to support this claim.

Is it lactose free?

Inside Out products are 100% lactose free.

And… Cholesterol free?


What else are they good for?

They’re also vegan, and most of our products satisfy keto and paleo diets.

Are your products gluten free?

We’ve recently launched an Oat Milk, which contains avenin – this is a protein that Coeliac Australia have deemed to inherently contain gluten. This is a little bit controversial as it differs from many other countries around the world.

Is it safe for pregnant/ lactating women?

Pressurisation ensures it’s a safe product for everyone to consume but you should always consult your doctor before you try something new

Is it safe for diabetics?

We think it is but we are not currently qualified to tell you that. To be sure, ask your doctor.

Where is your almond milk stocked?

We’re available in major supermarkets and cafes across the country – please use our Where To Find Us page to check out the locations near you

I want your milks stocked at my favourite store. How do I suggest to them they carry it?

Visit your local store and request to speak to the person in charge. You can suggest they reach out to our customer service team who can be contacted at

How can I use your almond milk?

Pretty much anything you use dairy milk for, you can use our almond milk e.g. smoothies, coffee, cereal, muesli, or just on its own. Do whatever you want!

Can I drink it after the Used By Date?

Um, we definitely don’t recommend it.

Can I freeze it?

We don't recommended it because it’ll change the consistency of the product.

How long will it last once opened?

Typically our milk will last up to 72hrs once opened, if stored below 4 degrees.

How do I store your almond milk?

Please please please keep it refrigerated below 4 degrees Celsius at all times!

Why don’t you use glass bottles or recyclable cartons? Also, are your plastic bottles BPA free?

We've thought long and hard about this. Plastic bottles are a better choice than glass for us for a few reasons:
• Plastic is a lot lighter than glass, meaning that less energy (and carbon) is consumed in producing and delivering each bottle
• Plastic uses much less energy than glass to be recycled
• We don’t bottle in recyclable cartons because we want to be as transparent as possible and let people see what they’re drinking

Of course, the plastic bottles that we use are 100% BPA free. Also, our 350ml bottles are made from 50% recycled materials. Sustainability is something we take very seriously.

What is your brand's commitment to sustainability?

We’re always trying to find way to be more sustainable – our efforts include limiting water consumption, reducing wastage, more energy efficient manufacturing equipment, using as much recycled plastic as possible in our packaging and ensuring it’s all recyclable (while keeping our ear to the ground on innovations in this area).
As we grow, we’ll do the opposite to other manufacturers and will invest more in this area, rather than less.

Do you use Australian Ingredients?

We source premium Australian ingredients where possible, and our almonds are grown in South Australia (we might be slightly biased, but we think these ones are the best). Although in some cases, we have to outsource premium ingredients from other countries such as our coconut flesh, as those ingredients don’t grow so well in the Australian climate.