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Daiya revamps its plant-based cheese blocks

Daiya Blocks’ new recipe is made with such ingredients as oats and chickpeas.

Daiya is continuing to innovate the plant-based cheese space.

The brand is continuing its evolution within the category by reformulating its Daiya Blocks.

Featuring new packaging, the dairy-free cheese blocks are also boasting an improved recipe that includes oats and chickpeas.

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Free of dairy, gluten and soy, Daiya Blocks’ new recipe offers consumers a more balanced taste, a semi-firm bite and smooth finish, the company said.

“As more and more people continue exploring plant-based foods, we’re more committed than ever to developing crave-worthy, plant-based versions of their favorite foods that deliver on the delicious taste, texture and flavor they expect,” Daiya’s vice president of marketing, Dan Hua saisd. “Our new Daiya Blocks are available just in time for the holidays, giving new and current fans dairy-free options that deliver exceptional taste and texture and which can be easily incorporated into favorite recipes to satisfy comfort food cravings.”

Available in medium cheddar, jalapeño Havarti, Monterey jack, smoked gouda and classic mozzarella, the plant-based blocks were designed to be shredded, sliced, grated or cubed.

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Consumers can find the revamped Daiya Blocks at such major retailers as Sprouts, Wegmans, Wakefern and Natural Grocers.

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