Vermont Creamery, a maker of goat cheese and other consciously crafted dairy products, has introduced its new trio of fresh goat cheese dips, available in three flavors.
Vermont Creamery brought flavor to the fore once again, with dedication to the clean and mild fresh goat cheese base – as showcased in the Classic Chèvre. For snackers looking to add variety, the Garlic & Herb’s savory profile is a sophisticated take on a classic, and the Red Pepper & Lemon shows up with a tangy heat.
“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. “Continuing to lead in the goat cheese space by offering new ways to enjoy it is our passion.”
This trio of dips feature sustainable packaging and a clean ingredient label.
As snacking continues to skyrocket, shoppers are purchasing more ready-to-eat dips, but they want something beyond the traditional hummus and guacamole. Dairy-based dips – especially those with high quality ingredients and clean labels – are increasingly favored among shoppers, according to recent IRI data reports. The reports show premium dairy dips growing five time faster than the dip category at large, with dairy dips growing 2.5 times faster than established non-dairy dips (Total U.S. – Multi Outlet and Latest 52-Weeks Ending 06-14-2020).
Vermont Creamery’s trio of new Goat Cheese Dips are available nationwide at Kroger and Whole Foods, as well as select grocery stores.
Crafted in Vermont’s green mountains, Vermont Creamery’s line of fresh and aged goat cheeses, cultured butter and crème fraîche have won hundreds of national and international awards. In its 35th year of business, Vermont Creamery supports a network of family farms, promoting sustainable agriculture in the region. B Corp Certified in 2014, Vermont Creamery is committed to using business as a force for good and has been ranked one of “The Best Places to Work in Vermont,” by Vermont Business Magazine. Vermont Creamery is a subsidiary of Minnesota-based Land O’Lakes Inc.