US plant-based food company Kite Hill has launched a dairy-free sour cream and a line of coconut milk-based yogurts.
The Sour Cream Alternative is created with California almonds and coconut milk. Kite Hill said it is suitable for adding to baked potatoes, burritos, dipping sauces or cheesecakes.
Blissful Coconut Milk Yogurt is described as a “rich and creamy” dairy-free yogurt, and is available in six flavours: decadent vanilla bean, strawberries and crème, blueberry limoncello, salted caramel, café macchiato and peaches and crème.
“Demand for variety, superior taste and simple ingredients in the non-dairy plant-based market continues to accelerate as consumers actively seek food options that they can feel great about,” said Shannon Toyos, senior vice president of marketing, Kite Hill.
“We are constantly looking for ways to surprise and delight our current and future consumers with tasty artisanal plant-based foods and the launch of our two new product platforms together represent the largest single slate of innovation in the company’s history.”
In 2018, Kite Hill secured the backing of 301 Inc, the venture capital arm of General Mills, as part of a $40 million funding round.
The brand also makes a range of plant-based dips, cheeses and Greek yogurts.
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