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Angel Food Cheese Adding FETA To Its Popular Line-Up

Visitors to the Christchurch Food Show were given a sneak preview of the new packaging and the dairy free FETA product from Angel Food.

Source: Angel Food

Social media indicates the FETA is long overdue with followers already champing at the cheese knife, many saying they cannot wait until the May public launch.

There awaits export potential too if the level of interest from Europe is anything to go by.

Stuff reported back in 2021 Angel Food produced 150 tonnes of vegan cheese, which is 150,000 kilograms, about half of which is sold in shops and supermarkets and the other half is sold to food service businesses. So there is an assumption that with the production of new lines since this that output has increased considerably.

Founders, Alice Shopland and husband Colin Woods are passionate plant-based cheese makers.

'We know how important the flavour, texture and comfort of cheese is to most kiwis, so we want to make plant-based diets more accessible by keeping our favorite dishes on the menu', says the pair from their website.

'Kiwis across the country are loving it, with our dairy-free cheese now available at hundreds of stores nationwide, and in countless renowned NZ eateries like Pizza Hut, Lord of the Fries and Zambrero.'

'The impact of our dietary choices is now widely recognised – for human health, the environment, social justice, and for the animals. But making conscious choices doesn’t have to mean missing out on comforts like good cheese' says Alice Shopland and Colin Woods.

Angel Foods new non-dairy FETA comes to market in May and joins an already impressive product lie-up.

Look out for Angel Food non-dairy cheese at major supermarket outlets throughout New Zealand.

For more information go DIRECT to their website


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Wow Fantastic, so looking forward to trying this!!

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