Lactaid: No More Dairy Envy - National Coffee Day

*Disclaimer - I have received information and materials from McNeil Nutritionals, LLC the makers of LACTAID®. The opinions stated are my own. This is a sponsored post.

What is the No More Dairy Envy Campaign?
The LACTAID® Brand’s No More Dairy Envy campaign is all about helping consumers learn how they can experience the full joy of dairy without the consequences and provide opportunities for consumers to enjoy 100% real dairy without any discomfort. 

 What is LACTAID® doing on National Coffee Day?
Dairy Envy is at an all time high on National Coffee Day when those sensitive to dairy can’t take advantage of all the delicious creamy coffee creations without facing discomfort later.

LACTAID® will help those sensitive to dairy combat Dairy Envy and celebrate National Coffee Day by giving them the opportunity to enjoy a complimentary creamy and delicious LACTAID® Latte made with Birch Coffee.  

For those in New York City: Stop by any Birch Coffee location in Manhattan on Tuesday, Sept. 29th from 7-10 AM and receive a free LACTAID® Latte.

For those across the country: Coffee lovers and dairy sensitive sufferers should visit LACTAID® on Facebook and Twitter for the chance to win a LACTAID® National Coffee Day prize-pack, complete with LACTAID® Milk, an exclusive Birch Coffee roast and other premium coffee gear. Consumers can check out www.Lactaid.com to download coupons with up to $4 in savings. 

About LACTAID® Milk
LACTAID® Milk gives consumers the freedom to enjoy delicious milk offerings that are on trend right now, such as creamy lattes and cool-blended smoothies, or simply a favorite bowl of cereal without worrying about Dairy Envy because its products are made from 100% real milk just without the lactose, making it easier to digest. 

Since LACTAID® is 100% real dairy just without the lactose, those with dairy sensitivity are able to enjoy the great taste and nutritional benefits of real dairy without any unwanted discomfort.

LACTAID® is 100% real dairy. No discomfort. 

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