Plant based Philadelphia’s cream cheese in the UK
One more day, one more really thrilling new send off for Veganuary as Philadelphia has sent off its first vegan lover delicate cheddar elective!
As per Mondelez, the new Philadelphia vegan lover cream cheddar is produced using a “novel” mix of oats and almonds to make a “scrumptious and smooth spread, on par with the Original”.
Indeed, the formula required two years to consummate with the formula put through thorough testing to guarantee it conveyed the natural taste and surface as the remainder of the Philadelphia range.
Just as fanning out into the universe of without dairy options, the brand is additionally centered around turning out to be more supportable.
In this way, Philadelphia Plant Based will be sent off in the brand’s 100 percent recyclable bundling, prior to changing to reused plastic in 2022.
The plant-based delicate cheddar is accessible to purchase now only at 699 Tesco stores and online valued, evaluated at £2.50 for a 150g tub.
In a statement, Louise Stigant, UK managing director of Mondelēz International said: “With over half a million people taking part in this year’s Veganuary, the appetite for plant-based alternatives has never been more apparent.“We’ve worked hard to make sure new Philadelphia Plant Based really delivers the same great taste and creaminess that people love and expect from Philadelphia and we’re delighted that there’s now a Philadelphia product for everyone – not a bagel or slice of toasted sourdough ever needs to go without again!”
Veganuary 2022 is shaping up to be a bumper year for vegan cheese launches!
With so much choice on offer and so much innovation in the sector, the stigma surrounding vegan cheese is becoming a thing of the past.
From soft cream cheeses to vegan camembert, it’s never been easier to find a vegan cheese to please every palate.