A recent study conducted by the Plant Based Foods Association showed that vegan cheese sales grew by 43% in 2019. One company feeling that growth is Treeline Cheese, a plant-based cheese that pairs well with wine, and can substitute for dairy-based cheeses in most recipes.

Treeline Treenut Cheeses draw on traditional dairy-cheese making methods by fermenting creamy cashew nuts with a healthy probiotic, known as L. Acidophilus. They are kosher, soy-free, gluten-free, Paleo-friendly, and provide dietary fiber, which is missing from dairy cheese. Treeline recently launched three new spreadable flavors of vegan cream cheese: Plain, Chive & Onion, and Strawberry.

In addition to Treeline's vegan cream cheese, the company also makes six different flavors of aged cheeses and soft-French style cheeses: Classic Aged Nut Cheese, Cracked Pepper Aged Nut Cheese, Herb-Garlic Soft French Style, Cracked Salt & Pepper soft French Style, Chipotle-Serrano Soft French Style, and Scallion Soft French Style. Treeline's products can be found in more than 3000 grocery stores nationwide.