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Daiya Announces Vegan Dressing and Foray in to Faux Meat

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Daiya Foods is one step closer to world domination.

PR Newswire released that the Canadian vegan cheese giant will be unveiling a new line of vegan salad dressings at Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California this month. Blue Cheeze, Homestyle Ranch, and Creamy Caesar dressing will be hitting grocery shelves later this year. And we thought they’d already thought of everything.

And they’re not stopping there. Branching out in to the faux meat market, they’ll also be featuring a Meatless Pepperoni Style Pizza, made in-house with a secret recipe plant-based pepperoni. Paired with their famous cheese, and sitting on top of a newly improved gluten-free crust, it’s another Daiya classic in the making.

“Consumers are increasingly mindful of their dietary habits and the environment, and the demand for plant-based foods that taste great is on the rise,” Michael Lynch, Daiya vice president of marketing said in the release. “Our newest dairy-, gluten- and soy-free foods … will satisfy any cravings, whether you’re dairy-intolerant, allergic, vegan, or simply living a healthier lifestyle.”

Daiya products, from classic shreds to cheezecakes, are currently available in more than 22,000 grocery stores across the U.S. At a suggested retail price of $4.99 per bottle of dressing, and $9.99 per pizza, we’re sure these products are going to become easy additions to vegan shopping lists.

Until we get our hands on some samples, we can return to arguing over whether it’s pronounced day-ah, or dye-ah.

Photo from PR Newswire

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  • enderspath

    Great news. Their mozarella shreds are dreamy! Great in grilled cheese. Just wish more stores carried their products.

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