Koko Dairy Free launches new range of soy-free vegan cheeses

Read Time:   |  29th May 2018

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Dairy-free coconut milk and yoghurt brand, Koko Dairy Free, is launching a brand new range of soy-free vegan cheeses into UK stores this summer.

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Koko Dairy Free, who create a range of delicious coconut-based dairy-free yoghurts, buttery spreads and milk drinks are branching out into the world of vegan cheese making with the launch of their brand new range of vegan cheeses.

The dairy-free brand announced the launch of the new products at VegFest Bristol this past weekend, showcasing the vegan cheese cheddar cheese and vegan cream cheese spread to crowds of eager vegans.

Photo credit: Vegan Womble/Facebook

Soya free

The two new products will be the brand’s first venture into the vegan cheese market, and they offer something different to many of the alternatives currently on the market as they contain no soya, making them great for this with allergies. They are also fortified with calcium and vitamins D2 and B12.

Koko Dairy Free’s new vegan cheeses will be available to buy in Waitrose supermarkets from June 4th. 

Image credit: Vegan Recipe Club, Vegan Womble.

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