BK entrepreneurs go 'nuts' for milk

A Brooklyn couple has gone "nuts" for milk and found a way to profit from it. Julie Van Ullen and her husband Greg launched OMilk

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn couple has gone "nuts" for milk and found a way to profit from it.

Julie Van Ullen and her husband Greg launched OMilk out of their Williamsburg kitchen, and quickly gained a following with their dairy- and preservative-free fresh nut milks.

The entrepreneurs make different varieties using cashews and almonds, and are now selling nut milks at Union Market stores in Brooklyn.

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