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Vermont Creamery Launches New Goat Cheese Dips

Vermont Creamery Launches New Goat Cheese Dips

Monday, July 27th, 2020

Deep down, we all want snacking to be the perfect meal—especially for how often it actually becomes our meal. So, it is no small claim to tout reinvention of summer snacking, a favorite pastime for many consumers, as Vermont Creamery has with the introduction of its new trio of fresh goat cheese dips.

 Adeline Druart, President, Vermont Creamery“We’ve been making fresh goat cheese here in Vermont for 36 years and have built a reputation for making the highest quality dairy that tastes better because it’s made better—from start to finish,” said Adeline Druart, President. “Continuing to lead in the goat cheese space by offering new ways to enjoy it is our passion.”

In this case, Vermont Creamery is offering multiple fresh ways to enjoy its quality dairy, with three flavors that reinvent effortless elevated summer snacking, according to a press release.

  • The Classic Chèvre showcases Vermont Creamery’s dedication to the clean and mild fresh goat cheese base
  • Garlic & Herb takes the new and sophisticated spin on the classic chèvre with its savory profile
  • Red Pepper & Lemon is a dynamic duo of tangy heat that promises to be tantalizing and irresistible

Vermont Creamery is touting the reinvention of summer snacking with its new trio of fresh goat cheese dips

Not only are all three options smooth and creamy dipping opportunities that need no prep, they also offer an eco-conscious option for your shoppers. With sustainable packaging and a clean ingredient label, each item fits Vermont Creamery’s portfolio, a Certified B Corp since 2014. And, with a long-standing commitment to consciously crafted dairy made from fresh, local milk and cream, the company said it was uniquely poised to deliver on the trending dairy-based dips IRI reports are increasingly favored among shoppers. Premium dairy dips are growing five times faster than the dip category at large, according to recent data reports.

Kroger and Whole Foods are already on board, both providing the new line nationwide. Who will be next as this category rises from trend to necessity? Deli Market News will report.

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