Treeline introduces new cream cheese alternatives

By Jim Cornall contact

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Treeline has introduced three new flavors to its portfolio. Pic: Treeline
Treeline has introduced three new flavors to its portfolio. Pic: Treeline

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New York State based Treeline Cheese has launched a new line of cream cheese alternatives.

The cream cheese alternatives are made from cultured cashew nuts and other natural ingredients and are available in three flavors: plain, chive & onion and strawberry.

"As more consumers look to reduce their dairy intake, the introduction of delicious and creamy plant-based cheeses that match the rich flavors and consistency of dairy cheese is driving category growth.  Treeline appeals to a broad spectrum of consumers from flexitarians to vegans,"​ Treeline CEO Justin Lambeth said. 

Treeline said the new products have low levels of saturated fat compared to dairy cream cheese and other plant-based alternatives.

In addition to the new cream cheeses, Treeline makes 4 flavors of soft French-Style cheese alternatives - herb garlic, scallion, sea salt & pepper and chipotle-serrano – and two varieties of aged cheese alternative wheels: classic and cracked pepper aged.

All Treeline products are without artificial ingredients, stabilizers, and thickeners, and are vegan, certified non-GMO, gluten-free, and Kosher Parve.

Treeline is available online and nationwide in more than 3,000 stores, including local health food stores, co-ops and 'chain' stores such as Whole Foods, Sprouts, Kroger, Fred Meyer, Ralphs and Wegmans.

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