Modern Kitchen, a new brand from The Urgent Company, introduces animal-free cream cheese in three flavors: Strawberry, Spring Onion + Chive, and Harissa Pepper.
The Urgent Company uses innovative advancements in science and technology to rethink food and make less of an impact on the planet. The company's first brand, Brave Robot ice cream debuted in 2020 and was met with immediate demand. Now offered in more than 5,000 grocery stores nationwide and with one million pints sold, Brave Robot has quickly become the number one growth driver in the plant-based ice cream category (Source: IRI Total US Food - 12W).
Modern Kitchen's animal-free cream cheeses are now available for presale on the company's website ($30/3 pack). For Southern Californians, Modern Kitchen will also launch in select stores in the months ahead. The brand will make its debut this weekend, sponsoring Brooklyn Bagelfest where it will serve up bagels smeared with Modern Kitchen Cream Cheese.
About the Urgent Company
The Urgent Company is a new type of CPG company, one with a singular focus on the next generation of consumer brands that harness the latest in innovation and science to create revolutionary, delicious, and sustainable animal-free foods with less impact on the planet. The Urgent Company made its marketplace premiere with the launch of Brave Robot, a revolutionary ice cream made with Perfect Day's non-animal whey protein, which uses science and a little bit of technology to remove animals from the equation without sacrificing the indulgent taste and texture of dairy. The Urgent Company strives to be different, while making a difference. They exist for the future and believe that if things don't change now, there will be nothing left for tomorrow.
About Perfect Day
Founded in 2014 by bioengineers Ryan Pandya and Perumal Gandhi, Perfect Day is on a mission to create a kinder, greener tomorrow through the thoughtful use of biology. Leveraging expertise across biological engineering, food innovation, and consumer products, Perfect Day is helping companies big and small develop, scale, and commercialize next-generation products that satisfy consumers' demands and champion a path toward a sustainable future.
The company's flagship product, the world's first precision fermentation protein, debuted in 2020. Instead of relying on cows, Perfect Day utilizes microflora to create proprietary animal-free protein. Perfect Day's protein can be used across a range of products to deliver the same taste and texture without compromise. An ISO compliant, third-party reviewed life cycle assessment (LCA) found that Perfect Day's whey protein reduces blue water consumption by up to 99%, greenhouse gas emissions by up to 97%, and non-renewable energy use by up to 60%, compared to conventional production methods.