Award-Winning Vegan Cheese Brand Expanding Operations To Meet ‘Huge Demand’


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Award-winning vegan cheese brand RIND says it is expanding its operations to meet ‘huge domestic and international demand’.

RIND’s Classic Cambleu, a soft-ripened, French-style vegan cheese, recently scooped the gold award in the ‘Plant-based – other dairy’ category at the Specialty Food Association’s (SFA) 2020 sofi Awards.

‘Buttery and rich’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Co-founder of RIND Joshua Katcher said: “It’s exciting to see the enthusiasm for our vegan cheese.

“This award confirms what so many customers and retailers say on our social channels, and what we’ve worked so hard to achieve – a bloomy, intense, buttery and rich, soft-ripened vegan cheese.”

‘Huge demand’

“When we began developing RIND over three years ago, we wanted to create a product that would be sought after by lovers of dairy cheese” added Co-founder Dina DiCenso.

“We tested dozens of variations. When we launched, this kind of innovation was almost non-existent in North America. Now we’re expanding our operations to meet huge domestic and international demand.”

‘Delicious and conscientious’

On its website, the company says: “Using a proprietary blend of plant-based ingredients, cultures and old-world methods, RIND’s products are both delicious and conscientious.

“In addition to Classic Cambleu, RIND’s current line of products include camembert, bleu, porcini, paprika, and lapsang varieties.”

You can visit RIND’s website here

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