wildbrine Launches Cultured Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives

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Santa Rosa, Calif.-based wildbrine launches a collection of cultured plant-based dairy alternatives under the new wildCREAMERY label. The gluten- and dairy-free, non-GMO, vegan lineup includes four 8.5-ounce Dips (Spinach, Ranch, French Onion and Chipotle Lime) with a $6.99 SRP; a 12-ounce European Style Butter Alternative ($5.99 SRP) that looks, tastes and cooks like dairy butter; an 8.5-ounce Cream Cheese Alternative ($5.99 SRP) that can be used on bagels or in recipes; and an 8.5-ounce Sour Cream Alternative ($5.49 SRP) that can be slathered on everything from baked potatoes to nachos. The 8.5-ounce items are packed eight to a case while the 12-ounce butter alternative comes 12 to a case.

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