Australian vegan cheese company Dairy-Free Down Under is adding new products to its range, including vegan sour cream.
At the end of July, the vegan company promised “HUGE announcements” in the upcoming weeks. In a Facebook post, it teased that “new, highly requested products” would be on the way, as well as “some incredible new customers that will soon make a lot of people very happy.” Previous customers include the fast food giant Pizza Hut, which rolled out Dairy-Free Down Under cheese in select locations across Australia earlier this year.
Since the announcement, the brand has revealed its first new product: dairy-free sour cream. In a Facebook post, the company described its new sour cream as one of its “most delicious products yet!” It also revealed that, due to popular demand, the new product would be hitting stores nationwide soon. Further, the company hinted there is “A LOT more to come.”
With a variety of products available, such as shredded and block vegan cheese, mayo, and aioli, Dairy-Free Down Under is already reputable throughout Australia. The brand is “committed to providing an excellent Non-Dairy and Vegan-Friendly alternative to traditional cheese and other dairy products.” And uses only clean, premium ingredients in a bid to remind its customers: “You deserve the best and so does your body.”
Across Australia, vegan cheese is becoming increasingly sought after. In March, it was announced that a $300,000 vegan macadamia cheese-making facility was set to open in Alstonville, Northern Rivers, Australia. And, last month, pizza delivery chain Domino’s announced the launch of its new vegan cheesy garlic bread.
The country even has the third fastest-growing vegan movement in the world; the packaged vegan food market is currently worth $136 million, set to rise to $215 million by 2020, and the vegan cheese and milk market alone is worth $83.7 million.