Oddlygood; Finnish Brand Launches Vegan Cheese In The US

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Vegan brand Oddlygood recently launched a new line of plant-based cheese for the United States foodservice market. Their cheese is made with shea and coconut oils and potato starch protein and is known for its meltability and creamy texture.

Products by the Finnish brand, created in 2018 are currently being used by Koti Pizza which is the largest pizza chain in the Nordic Region. The cheese is available in ready to use 2.2-pound bags of shredded cheese, and 6.6-pound cheese logs in mozzarella or cheddar styles. Their products can be used as an excellent plant-based substitute for animals-based cheese in dishes such as pizzas, sandwiches, Italian entrées, quesadillas, and grilled cheese.

“As plant-based diets continue to rise in popularity, foodservice operators will need to adapt to retain their existing customers and attract new ones,” Mari Meriluoto, Director of Marketing of Oddlygood, said. “Created for cheese lovers looking for a delicious plant-based alternative, Oddlygood provides a real cheese experience that makes people feel good about their health and wellness and the well-being of the planet.”

Oddlygood was created in Finland in 2018 with the aim of meeting the growing demand for plant-based food products. They believe a better world starts with better choices. And for them, it means offering healthy and environmentally friendly products. Without sacrificing flavour and quality.

Oddlygood’s plant-based cheese alternative is the newest addition to its product range. Made without gluten like all their products. Their plant-based cheese alternatives provide “a real cheese experience with excellent taste, creamy texture and superior meltability.”

Damoy Robertson
Damoy Robertson
Damoy Robertson is an entrepreneur and founder of The Vegan Review. Damoy is dedicated to spreading veganism to the masses which he believes will enable people to make better, more informed decisions concerning the way we all interact with animals and our planet.