Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese from Bel Brands Plans to Shred Competition

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Bel Brands USA, the makers of Laughing Cow and Baby Bel, have launched a brand new vegan line called Nurishh. Guided by Bel’s French cheese-making expertise, Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese alternatives seek to strike the balance of genuine cheesy taste, meltability and comfort without a drop of dairy.

Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese Reviews and Info - available in Slices and Shreds - Vegan, Plant-Based, Allergy-Friendly

Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese from Bel Brands Plans to Shred Competition

The fledgling Nurishh label is also available in the UK, but with different product releases. In the U.S., they’re starting with Dairy-Free Cheese Alternative Shreds and Slices. We did get a preview of the ingredients for all six varieties (listed below), and will update with the nutrition facts once available.

Cheddar Shreds

Ingredients: water, modified food starch, coconut oil, citric acid, salt, no more than 2% of each: calcium carbonate, tara gum, natural flavor, color (beta-carotene, paprika extract), sugar, cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).*

Mozzarella Shreds

Ingredients: water, modified food starch, coconut oil, salt, citric acid, no more than 2% of each: calcium carbonate, tara gum, natural flavor, beta-carotene (color), cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).*

Cheddar & Mozzarella Shreds

Ingredients: water, modified food starch, coconut oil, citric acid, salt, no more than 2% of each: calcium carbonate, tara gum, natural flavor, color (paprika extract, beta-carotene), sugar, cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).*

Cheddar Slices

Ingredients: water, modified food starch, coconut oil, calcium citrate, salt, no more than 2% of each: natural flavor, citric acid, color (beta-carotene, paprika extract), sugar, cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).*

Mozzarella Slices

Ingredients: water, modified food starch, coconut oil, calcium citrate, no more than 2% of each: salt, natural flavor, citric acid, beta-carotene (color), cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).*

Provolon Slices

Ingredients: water, modified food starch, coconut oil, calcium citrate, no more than 2% of each: salt, natural flavor, citric acid, beta-carotene (color), sugar, cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).*

Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese Reviews and Info - available in Slices and Shreds - Vegan, Plant-Based, Allergy-Friendly

More Facts on Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese Shreds

  • Price: $3.99 to $4.99 per 6.3-ounce bag (shreds) or 5.64-ounce package (8 slices)
  • Availability: Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese is launching at select retailers and via Amazon Fresh in April 2021, with nationwide in-store availability increasing throughout the year.
  • Certifications: Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese is Certified Vegan and Certified Plant Based.
  • Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Nurishh Dairy-Free Cheese is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, added sugar-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*
  • For More Product Information: Visit the Nurishh website for more details www.nurishhplantbased.com.

*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy. 

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Tastes good, melts nicely

Rated 4 out of 5
August 31, 2021

Had shredded mozzarella/cheddar on my scrambled eggs, had a nice flavor, and melted nice and gooey. I think I paid $5.50, but I live in a resort area.

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