Watch out, Big Dairy—delicious, artisanal vegan cheeses will soon take over the cheese section at major grocery stores. Case in point: Treeline Treenut Cheese will be distributed to 2,500 Kroger supermarket locations nationwide, including subsidiaries Ralphs, Dillons, Fred Meyer, King Soopers, QFC, Fry’s, Smith’s, and JayC Food Stores.
A photo posted by Treeline Nut Cheese (@treelinecheese) on Sep 25, 2015 at 11:22am PDT
The expansion is planned for September. (Yip!) Currently, the cashew-based cheese is sold at Whole Foods Market, Natural Grocers, and MOM’s Organic Markets.
Our office recently had the chance to sample @treelinecheese and our verdict? Must try!! ❤️ Check out our six favorite ways to enjoy on the V-Lish blog #treelinecheese #veganshare #anythingyoucaneaticaneatvegan
A photo posted by V-lish (@v_lishious) on Aug 12, 2016 at 12:25pm PDT
Flavors include Chipotle-Serrano Pepper, Scallion, Green Peppercorn, Herb-Garlic, Classic, and Cracked Pepper. Which will be your favorite?
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