Vegan Swiss Cheese Wins the 2012 FreeFrom Food Awards!!
Huge congratulations to Mark and the team from Vegusto – I have known Mark for many years and he is an amazing guy. He fell in love with these gorgeous meat and dairy free products from Switzerland and brought them to the UK for us to enjoy.
Huge congratulations Mark!
Vegan Vegusto WINS Best FreeFrom Food in 2012.
‘Ohmigod! This is the best thing I have tasted in years!!!’
So said not one, but all five dairy-free judges after they had tasted the Vegusto Mild Aromatic Dairy-free cheese, winner of this year’s FreeFrom Food Awards, which were presented by Antony Worrall Thompson at the Museum of London in Docklands.
‘For years dairy free and vegan manufacturers have struggled to make a really tasty ‘cheese’ substitute,’ said Michelle Berriedale-Johnson, chair of the judges for the FreeFrom Food Awards,
Which makes Vegusto’s Which makes Vegusto’s achievement so exciting. We are talking a very pleasant, tasty ‘cheese’ that you could serve to anyone on a cracker or in a sandwich and they would not even notice that it was dairy free. Our dairy-intolerant judges were beside themselves with delight!’
Director of Vegusto UK and Eire Ltd Mark Galvin was delighted and as brand new kids on the cheese block this came as a huge surprise;
“Vegusto have created a range of ‘cheeses’ based on coconut, rapeseed and sunflower oils, almonds, cashew nuts which really do taste like cheese. Our Mild Aromatic Dairy-free cheese had the dairy-free judges whooping with excitement! And what’s more, the cheeses are not only dairy free, but gluten free, soya free and egg free too.”
Brand new to the UK Vegusto UK is delighted to announce the UK launch of its range of high quality meat and dairy free products suitable for people with soya, lactose and gluten intolerant diets.
The dairy free ‘cheese’ contains 50% less fat and only half of the calories found in the equivalent amount of dairy cheese making it an attractive option for people cutting down on dietary fat and calories.
The product range, which includes a wide selection of flavoured cheeses and meat alternatives, is 100% natural and contains no artificial colours, preservatives or flavourings. The No Moo cheese alternatives range is free from soya, sugar, LDL (bad) cholesterol and palm oil. The Vegusto meat alternatives are made from wheat protein while the No-Moo range is gluten and soya free and consists of potatoes and rice.
The Vegusto range is highly acclaimed for its taste and texture.
The Vegusto range comprises more than fifty products: dairy-free alternatives to cheese, vegan burgers, sausages, luncheon roll, sandwich slices, roasts and deli slices, schnitzel and salami made from wheat protein, vegan sauces and pates as well as vegan cat and dog food.
Vegusto products are suitable for a wide range of dietary needs including vegetarian, vegan, kosher and halal diets. All products are seasoned, ready to serve and equally delicious served hot or cold.
The products have been introduced to theUKmarket by passionate vegetarian entrepreneur Mark Galvin who is enthusiastic about the influence the brand will have on theUKfood intolerances market.
“Feedback from sampling atUKvegan fairs earlier this year, and from early online sales, indicates that customers feel that Vegusto products are head and shoulders above the competition for taste. The introduction of Vegusto products to theUKwill provide a huge range of quality ready to eat products for people with dietary intolerances”, Says Mark.
The Vegusto range can be purchased from www.vegusto.co.uk and many customer testimonials to the quality and delicious taste of the range can be found on the Vegusto Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/#!/vegusto.co.uk.
The products are available by mail order from www.vegusto.co.uk with meat alternatives priced from £2.95 per item and No Moo items from £4.95 (excluding p&p).
Vegusto is a family owned business founded in Switzerland in 1997 to develop and create a 100% plant based food range. These premium products are all handmade in a factory overlookingSwitzerland’sLakeConstance. More than just an idyllic location, the company uses filtered water fromLakeConstancein its production process. The Vegusto factory is entirely dairy/lactose and soya free.
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