Top Vegan Cheese Brand Set To Release Whole New Range Of Flavors

Consumers can expect to see a host of innovative options on the shelves
Violife is launching a new range of flavor options

One of the UK's top-selling vegan cheese brands is set to release a whole new range of flavors.

Violife - which is available in a number of mainstream outlets - is also getting a full makeover.

New look

The new branding includes features such as re-sealable packaging, and recipe cards on the reverse of the product sleeves.

Violife CEO Anthimos Misailidis says: "Violife has always been dedicated to creating 100 per cent vegan, non-dairy, non-GMO and allergen free foods and now the time is right for a fresh new look. 

"We are passionate about creating great tasting food without compromise or cruelty using only plant-based ingredients. It is this ethos that has made us so popular with vegans, intolerants, vegetarians and flexitarians."

‍The new packaging is a radical departure for the brand

The flavors

The new range of blocks and slices will include: Violife Blu, Mediterranean Flavour, After Dinner with Cranberries or Blueberries and Chicken Flavour. 

In addition, the organic range will expand to include Cheddar, Smoked and Herbs, and the new grated range will include Mild Cheddar and Mozzarella.

These products will be available in the UK from September.

A spokesperson for the brand said: All Violife’s plant-based foods are free from common allergens lactose and gluten as well as being soy and nut free with no GMO.  

"This means that it’s not only vegans who can enjoy the range but people with intolerances, allergies or coeliac disease. As well as anyone who enjoys a healthy lifestyle."

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