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These New Vegan Snack Cheese Wedges Taste Exactly Like Laughing Cow

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Vegan Zombie with a  Good PLANet Vegan cheese wedge

Vegan Zombie with a Good PLANet Vegan cheese wedge

Vegan food brand GOOD PLANet Foods recently launched its new range of vegan snacking cheeses. They are the first vegan food brand to bring single-serve vegan cheese wedges to the market. Vegan food bloggers and plant-based news outlets are saying that the cheese tastes exactly like the famous Laughing Cow cheese wedges.

GOOD PLANet Food's new line of cheese wedges come in various flavors such as Original, Smoked Gouda and Pepper Jack. If you want to get your hands on these new little treats, they are available in more than 600 retail stores across the United States including Walmart, Costco, and Whole Foods.

The co-CEO of GOOD PLANet recently said:

“With this innovation, we are delivering an allergen-free, keto-certified, plant-based snackable cheese wedge that delivers all the creaminess, satisfaction, and taste of dairy cheese.”

The Makers of Laughing Cow Will Release More Vegan Cheese

Boursin by Bel Group

Boursin by Bel Group

The makers of Laughing Cow cheese wedges, Bel Group have announced that they will release more vegan cheese into the market.

The French dairy company is currently working on new vegan versions of their most famous cheese products such as BabyBel mini snack cheese and the Laughing Cow spreadable cheese.

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Bel Group released their debut vegan product in 2021, Boursin. A spreadable cheese infused with garlic and herbs. The new product is a long-awaited collaboration with Follow Your Heart, the creators of the first vegan mayo- Veganaise.

In March 2021, Bel Group launched Nurishh, a range of plant-based cheese slices and other products.

Recently, staggering figures were released that proves that there is increasing demand for dairy companies to produce more plant-based alternatives. In 2020 more than $2.5 billion was spent on dairy-free alternative milk, with more and more people ditching the dairy and opting for plant-based milk instead.


intriguewriter (author) from worldwide on September 05, 2021:

Vocal coach, please do look into it. I am a plant-based eater and I am always looking for vegan alternatives to make it easier for me. I keep an eye on vegan news and I will be posting more vegan news stories in the future. Thanks for your comment once again.

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on September 05, 2021:

I'll be looking for this vegan brand and thanks for introducing these cheese wedges.

Poppy from Enoshima, Japan on September 04, 2021:

I'm lactose intolerant but love cheese, so I'd love to try these! Thanks for sharing.

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