Treeline launches new vegan shreds, slices and goat cheese

  • Treeline Dramatically Expands Product Line With Four New Flavors Of Slices And Shavings As Well As Vegan Goat Cheese

Treeline Cheese, one of the first suppliers of artisan plant-based cheeses, has launched a revolutionary line of vegan slices, grates and goat cheese.

Based in Hudson Valley, New York, Treeline helped forge the concept of ‘artisan’ vegan cheese a decade ago by crushing and fermenting cashews into sweet French spreads. The company has steadily grown in popularity and distribution, and can now be found in the Kroger, Target and Whole Foods markets nationwide. In 2019, the company hired former PepsiCo executive Justin Lambeth as the new CEO, and has since set out to conquer the mainstream market by offering more popular and versatile forms of cheese.

Variety of goat cheese

The new goat cheeses are made from sustainably sourced Brazilian cashews and are available in Original, Garlic, Basil and Blueberry, the product joining Spero as one of the only plant-based goat cheeses on the market.

Treeline Vegan Goat Cheese
© Treeline

Slices and shreds

The new cheese slices and shreds are available in Mozzarella, Pepper Jack, American and Cheddar, and are meant to easily replace dairy products in pizzas, nachos, grilled cheese or any cheese favorite. Also created from cashews, non-GMO cheeses are gluten and soy free, made from sunflower oil, and contain half the saturated fat found in conventional cheese.

New branding targets everyday consumers

The Treeline range marks a major new direction for the company as it adapts its “gourmet” brand to appeal to everyday consumers who want to enjoy dairy products in a healthier way. By committing to using a minimum of ingredients without artificial preservatives, Treeline says it is helping lead and define the category of clean-label plant-based dairy products.

The new slices, grates and goat cheeses can be purchased online at TreelineCheese.com, with a larger retail rollout expected in early 2022.

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