Violife, the UK’s leading plant-based alternative to cheese brand, has got you covered for a savoury delight this Summer, with its new Creamy with Garlic & Herbs (RRP: £2.75), now formulated to be even creamier!
Launching in Sainsbury’s this week, the second addition to the brand’s ‘Creamy’ product range is crafted to offer consumers a perfect balance of garlic and herbs with a wonderful creamy texture.
This dairy-free alternative is the perfect soft cheese partner for many favourite recipes and is suitable for everyone to enjoy. A versatile spread that will enhance a multitude of culinary creations, its smooth and creamy texture spreads perfectly onto toasted bagels or could also be stirred into sauces for a creamy twist.
Pack it for your summer picnics for a plant-based surprise or bring it out at your weekend barbecue to slather on grilled corn on the cob: this is the ideal accompaniment for the nation’s favourite summer meals.
Unlike traditional cream cheeses, Violife’s plant-based offering is free from the top 14 allergens, including dairy, soya, gluten, lactose, and nuts, as well as preservatives, is non-GMO and is fortified with vitamin B12, making it the perfect choice for those with dietary preferences or restrictions.
With Violife’s delicious plant-based alternative-to-cheese range having less than half the carbon emissions and occupying two thirds less of the land to produce, when compared to dairy products, you can enjoy all your Creamy favourites, whilst doing a little something for the planet.
“With Violife having the highest shopper loyalty and Violife Creamy Original in particular being the number one ranked plant-based soft cheese brand, we’re delighted to be extending the range to offer a new and exciting flavour choice for shoppers this summer,” Jess Millner, Senior Brand Manager at Violife said. “At Violife, we believe in making small changes to create a big impact. Developing easy swaps and delectable products encourages consumers to try plant-based alternatives.
“We want to help show consumers that eating a more plant-based diet doesn’t mean you have to give up your favourite recipes, but instead, it’s about ‘adding’ to your diet and enjoying simple and delicious twists to your favourite dishes.
“We have an exciting new product pipeline in the works, and we’re proud to be the leading plant-based alternative-to-cheese brand encouraging more Brits to try super simple vegan swaps that are better for our planet without sacrificing on flavour.”