The Coconut Collaborative is looking to transform dairy-free cooking with the launch of its new crème fraîche alternative in the UK.
The brand claims its new plant-based product is mild and creamy, and can be used in variety of dishes such as soups, dips, pasta sauces and baked goods.
The Coconut Collaborative says the versatility of its plant-based crème fraîche product allows non-dairy consumers to rediscover the joys of creamy food without using dairy.
Made with live cultures, the new addition is also gluten-free.
“We were seeing more and more of our customers experimenting with our Natural Coconut Yog in savoury dishes, and for many dishes like curries, it’s perfect. However, the feedback we were getting was that it’s not quite right for all cuisines, so we went back to the drawing board,” said James Averdieck, founder and managing director of The Coconut Collaborative.
The new dairy-free crème fraîche alternative will be available in Tesco and Wholefoods stores from 5 July for an RRP of £1.60.
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