Bringing its trailblazing cheesemaking acumen to a new, versatile product line, Cypress Grove is introducing its new Fresh Goat Cheese Cups, slated to hit shelves this summer.
“Cypress Grove's Fresh Goat Cheese Cups are the perfect answer to two of the biggest trends in the specialty industry: protein-packed foods and snackables,” noted Christy Khattab, Director of Marketing. “Our new cheeses are versatile and perfect for tossing, dipping, spreading, and snacking, with high-quality, evocative ingredients. Whether you're short on time, hosting a crowd, or cooking dinner for your family, Fresh Goat Cheese Cups elevate every experience with their creamy, pillowy texture and flavor-packed ingredients.”
Cypress Grove’s latest product line offers four unique cheese varieties featuring names and packaging that evoke the decade of Cypress Grove's inception: the '80s. Each cheese is packaged in a 4 oz resealable cup, so in the unlikely event you have leftovers, you can keep it in the fridge until your next craving strikes.
With packaging that capitalizes on nostalgia and novelty with cheeky pop culture references and brand storytelling, Cypress Grove's fresh goat cheese cups line's four flavors include:
“From product information to merchandising ideas, our sales team is a fantastic resource for any retailers that carry our products,” Khattab added. “You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we encourage retailers to reach out, say hi, and talk about how we can help your team maximize sales. Our sales team is ready and excited to offer all kinds of support for the launch of Fresh Goat Cheese Cups.”
Fresh Goat Cheese Cups will roll out to Whole Foods throughout Northern California and the Pacific Northwest beginning in July. The line will be available to retailers nationwide beginning in September.
Show-goers can check out Cypress Grove’s latest product line at booth #2955 at the 2018 IDDBA trade show in New Orleans June 10-12th and at booth #470 at the SFA’s Summer Fancy Food Show June 30th-July 2nd.
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