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.