Non-dairy, plant-based cheese substitutes fall under the category of vegan cheese. Vegan cheeses range from fresh, soft varieties to aged, hard, gratable varieties like plant-based Parmesan.
Vegan cheese is distinguished by its total absence of all animal components. Vegetable-derived ingredients, including proteins, lipids, and milks, can be used to make vegan cheese (plant milks).
Other ingredients include coconut oil, nutritional yeast, tapioca, rice, potatoes, and spices. It can also be produced from seeds like sesame, sunflower, and soybeans as well as nuts (cashew, pine, walnut, and almond).
“Blue cheese is very well-liked and perfect for cheese boards, sandwiches, and blue cheese fondue.” Consumers now have another delicious free-from cheese option thanks to the Double Gloucester with onion and chives, which is a first to market.
The Global vegan blue cheese market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
With the release of its Celebration Platter, which includes “new to market” Vegan Blue cheese and Le Rond Camembert, Violife introduces its Christmas vegan cheese offering for the UK market.
The Vegan Blue block, a crumbly block with added spirulina “veins” for an authentic look, is part of the new Plant-Based Celebration Platter that is being distributed to Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Waitrose.
Tesco also sells Vegan Blue as a stand-alone item. The platter also includes popular flavours like Le Rond Camembert, Mature Cheddar, and EPIC Smoked Cheddar.
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