Vegan Ventures

A greener planet is calling

Subang Jaya, Malaysia.

Owning and running a milk business led to the realization of one of our co-founders, that the dairy industry isn’t all sunshine and rainbows like it is made out to be.

The idea for Vegan Ventures was born out of the realization of the immense pain and suffering that the dairy industry is built on.

Let’s join hands in building a future that doesn’t rob animals or our future generations of their freedom and joy.

2 Years In Business

Est. in 2019

We are a startup committed to a cruelty-free and sustainable future.

Sproud Chocolate is Super Chocolate. The best herbal milk and children’s favorite milk with less 5% sugar.

Check out the ingredients below :

Water, sugar, repressed oil, protein from pea (1,9%), cocoa 1%, natural aroma, agave syrup, gluten-free, oats oil, acidity, regulator (dipotassium phosphate), mineral (calcium), salt, vitamin (vitamin D, riboflavin, vitamin B12)

Which Vegan Milk Has the Most Protein?

Here they are, ranked in order of protein content.



Pea milk is one of the newest types of vegan milk to hit the market. It’s made from pea protein, the same ingredient used to make the Beyond Burger, which is derived from yellow peas. On top of being high in protein, it’s also soy-free and nut-free.

Protein content varies greatly among the two main brands available. Ripple pea milk contains 8 grams of protein per cup; whereas NotMilk, which hit the U.S. market in late 2020, contains 4 grams per cup but is said to taste nearly identical to dairy. It was developed by Chilean food technology company NotCo, which used AI to develop the flavor.

Protein per cup:
4 to 8 grams, depending on the brand



Soy milk is made from soybeans and water, but many brands also include thickeners to improve the texture. When it comes to protein content, soy milk is among the highest (which is why it’s popular in vegan baking).

But as with other vegan milk, protein may also vary by brand. For example, Silk recently launched high-protein soy milk marketed toward athletes. One serving contains 20 grams of protein — 12 more grams of protein than a serving of whole milk.

Protein per cup:
7-20 grams, depending on the brand.


This plant milk’s rise to fame is legendary: future grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and siblings will hear the tale of the Great Oatly Shortage of the Late-Early Aughts. Oat milk is popular for a reason: Baristas fawn over how it foams for lattes. It’s also another good option for baking — and it’s good for those with soy or nut allergies.

Protein per cup:
3 to 4 grams


Featuring a nutty flavor and creamy consistency, hemp milk complements coffee, cereal, and smoothies. Hemp is also a good source of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids.

As far as protein goes, hemp is a good choice. Most brands contain anything between 2-4 grams of protein.

Protein per cup:
2-4 grams


Made from flax seeds (which happen to be a great substitute for eggs in vegan baking), flax milk’s texture is lighter than other plant milks. It also has a subtle flavor, so it’s great for blending with vegan protein powder. It’s also a good source of plant-based omega-3.

Protein per cup: 
3 grams


Almond milk is still America’s favorite dairy-free milk, leading the category with $1.3 billion in sales, according to the Good Food Institute.

On top of that, dairy milk emits nearly three times the amount of greenhouse gases of any plant-based milk, and it requires the most land use.

If you’re looking for protein content, though, you might want to look elsewhere. Almond milk gives you a modest 1 gram of plant protein per cup.

Protein per cup: 
1 gram


Cashew milk is even lower on the spectrum when it comes to protein content. But, if you’re looking for extra-creamy milk for your cereal or coffee, you can’t go wrong with cashew.

Protein per cup:
Less than 1 gram


If you’re looking for protein, coconut milk is not your guy. Although delicious, it’s not a protein hero — it contains less than a gram of protein per cup.

Protein per cup:
Less than 1 gram

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