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New Dairy Free Products

The Expo West 2012 featured lots of New Dairy Free Product.  Following is a list of those products, put together by ‘Go Dairy Free’ website.

Expo West 2012: Best New Dairy-Free Products – Part 1

Expo West 2012: Best New Dairy-Free Products – Part 2

Expo West 2012: Best New Dairy-Free Products – Part 3

Great to see that the food industry is looking at alternative products such as Dairy Free food!


New Dairy Free Cheese Wedges by Daiya!

Daiya Cheese is, in my opinion, the best tasting Vegan Cheese I have ever tasted!  We found while we were out of town one week and convinced our local health food store to carry the Daiya shreds.  Of course, they don’t have the same melting quality of cow cheese, but the taste of Daiya shreds are very pleasing!!  I have used them in my salads,  in vegan tacos and other foods that normally use cow cheese.

With their introduction of Vegan Cheese Wedges, I am anxious to try those as well!  I sure they will have the good flavor and texture as the Daiya shreds!

Daiya Launches New Vegan “Cheese” Wedges

Daiya Foods Deliciously Dairy Free Vegan Cheese WedgesThe Canadian company that took the vegan world by storm with their dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, and nut-free “cheese” shreds has expanded their product line to include cheese alternatives that can be sliced!

Daiya Foods is well known in food allergy circles for their innovative shredded cheese alternatives that have even won over dairy consumers. So why would they stop with just one product line? This week at Expo West 2012, Daiya is unveiling their new Deliciously Dairy Free Wedges in three flavors: Jack, Cheddar, and Jalapeño Garlic Havarti.

Lucky show attendees will be among the first to sample Daiya’s new product, and I’m sure that their booth will be crammed with curious retailers and consumers. The wedges promise a smooth and creamy consistency that is easy to slice. Just imagine the possibilities: cheeseburgers, quesadillas, deli-style sandwiches and even dairy-free “cheese” plates for parties.

Fortunately, you won’t have to wait long to get your own sampling of this new cheese alternative. Daiya Deliciously Dairy Free Wedges are scheduled to hit natural food stores nationwide, beginning on April 1, 2012.

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Can you wait until April 1 to try this new cheese? I can hardly wait!!


Gluten Free Vegan Nacho Chips

New product to be announced at the at the Natural Products Expo West (the world’s largest natural foods trade show) March in Anaheim, California:  Gluten Free Vegan Nacho Chips!  According to the article, the chips are bean and rice based, yet competing for the #1 favorite chip flavor:  Nacho!  Amazing!!  Even more amazing, is the chips are corn free, GMO free, along with being dairy free and gluten free — making them a very healthy alternative to the typical nacho chips on the store shelves.

Gluten Free Vegan Nacho Chips

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 27 /CSRwire/ – Drawing on their Vegan and Non-GMO farming roots, Beanfields, LLC is inviting all snackers to experience socially responsible, allergen-free snacking in a different, more delicious way.  Beanfields Bean & Rice chips, best known for being nutrient-packed, family-owned and values-based, is launching its latest flavor extension in America’s #1 flavor, Nacho—with a twist. They are vegan, gluten- and corn- free. It will be the first chip to bring all the flavor of cheese without the dairy.


Watch for these chips in your local alternative/health food stores this spring!


Hemp & Coconut Based Ice Cream to Debut in April!

Yipee!!  Gluten Free Vegan  ice cream — sounds like it is hemp and coconut milk based.  I truly miss ice cream …. especially in the summer.  Sounds likeJ. P. Licks is introducing this new product right in time for the warmer weather!!

According to a press release, local ice cream company J.P. Licks announced its new line of non-dairy ice cream today. The new flavors will be dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan and Kosher-certified, pretty much covering any dietary restriction and allergy you could ever possibly have.

As gross as diary-free ice cream sounds to me, the first three flavors to debut – coconut almond lace, chocolate coconut and pineapple coconut – don’t sound half bad. Well, that is, unless you hate coconuts. The non-dairy flavors use a coconut cream base instead of traditional milk and are sweetened with brown rice and agave syrups.


Now to find this wonderful sounding ice cream (By the way, I love coconut milk, so I know I will love this stuff!)


NEW Gluten Free Vegan ‘Cheese’ Shreds

Galaxy Nutritional Foods has launch a new product:  Gluten Free Vegan ‘Cheese’ Shreds!  According to the article, these new ‘cheese’ shreds sound like they have the properties of the real thing (that I miss so much these days!)

Galaxy’s new Vegan Shred products  …. The new Galaxy Nutritional Foods Vegan Shred line is dairy and casein free. It is also soy, gluten, lactose and preservative free. The Vegan Shreds melt, stretch, and taste like real cheese. Additionally, the products have no added sugars and have zero saturated and hydrogenated fats and are cholesterol free. The products have been produced to appeal to individuals who live a vegan and/or vegetarian lifestyle, have a milk and/or soy allergy, or simply want to improve their health by following a plant-based diet.


Look for these new ‘cheese’ shreds in April — can’t wait to try them!!

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