LOW-CARB, KETO-FRIENDLY CHEESE WRAPS
Folios Cheese Wraps are the first and only keto-approved lightly baked sheets of cheese that can be wrapped, stuffed, rolled, melted, crisped and baked. These wraps are extremely popular with keto, allergy-friendly and low-carb diets and for anyone looking for alternative to culinary wraps or as an interesting twist to an everyday recipe. Each wrap has 13g of protein, only 1g carb per serving, and comes in three varieties: Jarlsberg, Parmesan, and Cheddar. They are the first and only wrap made of 100% natural cheese without starch, fillers or added sugar, and are naturally lactose and gluten free.
ALMOND MILK FROZEN DESSERTS
DiNoci Natural Foods, makers of artisan plant-based frozen desserts announce four new flavors of its almond milk-based desserts--bringing the brand total to eight--using premium ingredients free of gums and additives. New flavors include Cherry Crisp, Cookies & Crema, Vanilla Bean, and Espresso Chip, to go with the original Salty Caramel, Lemon, Chocolate and Mint Ganache flavors. DiNoci (di-no-chee) uses premium, non-GMO ingredients that are easily recognizable and digestible, and all products are gluten-free, GMO-free and soy-free. Based in Boulder, Colorado and founded in 2019, DiNoci Natural Foods was founded by longtime natural food chef Scott Emeson and former Crocs, Inc. executive Erik Rebich.
NON-DAIRY BLUEBERRY-BASED SORBATTO
Sorbatto is a plant-based, whole fruit, fiber-rich, nutritious frozen dessert that can be eaten for breakfast, healthy snack, or dessert. Each flavor is vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, nut-free, soy-free and contain no additives or preservative. Sorbatto is made with a unique patented process for a smooth, creamy, rich texture of up to 95% whole fruit, made without added water, and low in sugar. Sorbatto has a base of blueberries in each pint, and comes in six varieties: Blue Passion, Grape, Dark Blue, Blackberry, Lemon and Raspberry.
PLANT-BASED SPREADABLE CREAM CHEESE
A recent study by the Plant Based Foods Association showed vegan cheese sales grew by 43% in 2019. One of the companies reflecting that growth is Treeline Cheese, a plant-based cheese that’s worthy of an artisanal cheese platter and pairs well with good wine. Treeline can also hold its own as a substitute to dairy-based cheeses in recipes. Treeline 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. The company has just added three new spreadable cream cheese flavors: Plain, Chive & Onion, and Strawberry.
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*Compiled by Michael Costa.
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