Publix will soon welcome more products to its cheese section as Truly Grass Fed brings its sustainably produced products to its shelves. Truly Grass Fed announced it will be distributing its Natural Sharp and Aged Cheddar Cheese wedges at over 1,300 stores nationwide.
“We’re pleased that Publix shares our commitment to bringing consumers great-tasting choices that are better for people, animals, and the environment,” said Eric Farr, Regional Development Manager, U.S. East for Truly Grass Fed. “We are delighted to introduce shoppers to our delicious, grass-fed cheddar from happy Irish cows at one of America’s most popular stores.”
The premium Irish dairy brand’s salted and unsalted butter foil packs have been in Publix stores since early 2020. According to the release, the carefully crafted and naturally delicious grass-fed Irish cheddar products will arrive on-shelf in early October.
All Truly Grass Fed products are sourced from cows that are 95 percent grass-fed (average of one cow for every two acres), Non-GMO Project Verified, Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World, and free from growth hormones and antibiotics. The resulting dairy products are naturally creamy and rich in nutrients.
Truly Grass Fed’s full product line-up includes salted and unsalted butter sticks, ghee clarified butter, a spreadable butter tub, as well as hand-cut slices of its natural aged and sharp cheddar cheeses. Its Natural Aged Cheddar is aged for six months to a smooth and creamy consistency. Truly Grass Fed Natural Sharp Cheddar is aged for 12 months, giving it a distinctive, bold taste. Both are available in 7 oz wedges.
This product expansion with Publix marks a significant milestone for the Truly Grass Fed brand, which first entered the U.S. market in 2019 and has been steadily expanding distribution. Other recent deals for the brand include the distribution of butter at King Soopers in Colorado and Kroger in Atlanta, as well as The Fresh Market distribution for Truly Grass Fed Ghee Clarified Butter.
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