Vegan Favorite Miyoko's Kitchen Rolls Out Cream Cheese

The new offering is a Philadelphia-style spread
The new vegan cheese is made from organic cashews (Photo: Miyoko's Kitchen)

Plant-based cheese brand Miyoko's Kitchen has launched its first Homestyle Plain Vegan Cream Cheese product.

The California-based company, which is known for its wide range of artisan, aged nut cheeses and butters, has expanded its offerings with a Philadelphia-style cheese.

The company, which is the brainchild of longtime vegan entrepreneur Miyoko Schinner, is renowned for its widely popular Smoked Vegan Mozzarella, French Style Winter Truffle, and the Classic Double Cream Chive.

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Made from organic cashews and coconut milk, the spread's flavor is achieved through natural fermentation using cultures.

According to the brand, the cashew cream cheese is 'perfect to spread thickly on bagels, in frosting, or a to-die-for New York cheesecake."

The new addition is currently only available online and will be hitting the shelves early next year.

You can purchase it here

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