Dairy alternative brand Miyoko’s Creamery has introduced new vegan cheddar sticks crafted using its plant milk recipe that features oats and legumes.
The dairy-free cheese sticks come in individually-wrapped packets, and each serving contains 2g of plant protein.
The family-friendly creation aims to provide an on-the-go snacking option and is also allergen friendly – free from lactose, soy and gluten.
“For a while now, parents have been craving more family-friendly cheese snacks, so we’re very excited to debut our one-of-a-kind Vegan Cheddar Sticks,” said Miyoko Schinner, founder and CEO of Miyoko’s Creamery.
“These vegan cheese sticks deliver all the goodness that plant milks have to offer in a convenient form, while supporting a more compassionate food system.”
Miyoko’s vegan cheddar sticks can be purchased online or in Whole Foods Market stores nationwide for an RRP of $4.99 per pack of six, with a further roll out nationwide in August.
Last year, Miyoko’s released vegan cheddar and pepper jack cheeses – its first cheese alternatives made without nuts.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2021
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