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Kite Hill Launches “Everything” Flavored Vegan Cream Cheese

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California-based vegan food company Kite Hill has just launched a one-of-a-kind cream cheese spread that is made to taste like “everything.”

Everything Cream Cheese, which is based on the company’s popular almond milk cream cheese, contains ingredients like sesame seeds, poppy seeds, garlic and onions “to create an incredible rich flavor that you’ll forget is vegan,” said a press release.

“Kite Hill’s ‘Everything’ Cream Cheese mimics all the glories of your morning bagel with non-GMO ingredients, no artificial preservatives, and all the wonders of a true vegan recipe.”

It is also free of gluten and soy, as well as kosher.

The Everything Cream Cheese will join the company’s existing line of vegan cream cheese flavors, including Strawberry, Jalapeño, and Chive.

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In addition, Kite Hill offers a number of other products, which include probiotic plant milk, dips, pasta and yogurt, sold nationwide in stores like Walmart, Target, Randalls and Whole Foods.

Last year, Kite Hill CEO Rob Leibowitz spoke about the extraordinary demand for their vegan products.

“Every single day is a struggle to make sure that we keep our top retailers in stock on the product so that every consumer who wants it within arms reach can get to it,” Leibowitz said.

“It’s a great problem to have when your biggest struggle is to make sure you have enough capacity to get things out the door. [I felt that] I’d rather satisfy people coming after our core business then launch some new ones.”

The new Everything Cream Cheese will be available in Whole Foods in April 2019.

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Paul Ibirogba

Written by Paul Ibirogba

Paul is a former writing teacher turned writer. He loves to travel the world (the southeast Asia region in particular), meet people from a variety of cultures and learn about various lifestyles. When he's not doing one of those things, he's probably reading non-fiction or watching YouTube videos.

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