The Apprentice 2018 has two finalists.

Sian Gabbidon and Camilla Ainsworth will go head to head during the grand finale on Sunday, December 26th.

In a bid to win a huge investment from Lord Alan Sugar, it’s a case of swimwear against dairy-free milk.

Here’s everything you need to know about Camilla’s nut-milk brand!

The Apprentice: Camilla’s Nut Milk

Camilla Ainsworth’s dairy-free nut-milk brand is called Mylk Plus, also known as M+lk.

It’s vegan-friendly, dairy free and comes with no added sugar.

The brand’s tagline is ‘no naughties nut juice’ and is marketed similarly to Innocent Smoothies, this time targeting milk from nuts instead of juice from vegetables and fruits.

On their website, the Mylk Plus mission statement reads:

“The product concept developed whilst our founder was in Australia working on a cow farm as part of the three-month regional work needed to obtain a second-year visa.

Two weeks in a rash all over her arms and back emerged and Camilla discovered it was due to dairy intolerance.

As she set out on a mission looking for an exciting dairy alternative, all she could find was plain almond milk full of sugars and additives with lack lustre branding.

Thus, the idea to create a super sassy ‘grab and go’ nut m+lk in a variety of different nut choices and flavours was created!”

M+lk Plus Flavours

Naturally – and we mean that in flavourings, too – the M+lk Plus brand will expand hugely should Alan Sugar make Camilla his The Apprentice 2018 winner.

At the moment, the only product they sell on their website is the Salted Honeycomb Hazelnut, which comes in a pack of four for £11.

Mylk Plus

The only place to purchase M+lk Plus is via their official website.

However, there’s already some edgy looking merchandise available!

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Liam Curtis
Liam Curtis

Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.

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