Vermont Creamery launches Cultured Sour Cream in US Northeast
Vermont Creamery, a Vermont-based goat cheese, cultured butter, and culinary creams manufacturer, has launched its first Cultured Sour Cream in dairy cases across the Northeast region.
The cheesemaker said that the Cultured Sour Cream product has been launched in three flavors — Zesty Cilantro Lime, Savory Fire Roasted Onion & Chive, and Crème-Style Classic.
According to Vermont Creamery, the products will be in Walmart and Hannaford in September and at Market Basket and Stop & Shop in October.
Adeline Druart — president of Vermont Creamery said: “Dining habits have shifted over the past year with many consumers rediscovering the joy of cooking at home.
“Cooking devotees and even those dabbling in the culinary world for the first time continue to show an increased desire for new experiences, with many looking to rich, indulgent tastes right from their kitchen.
“Our cultured sour cream refreshes a classic staple and delivers a sense of surprise and delight. Our sour creams are made with 22% milkfat – as compared to 18% in regular sour cream – for a luxuriously thick texture and differentiated flavors that deliver an elevated experience.”
Vermont Creamery said that the new flavors complement Latin-inspired food and potatoes. The cheesemaker said that the Cilantro Lime is specifically an ideal pairing for spicy dishes and delivers a cool and refreshing counterpoint to the heat in tacos, cheesy quesadillas, and chili with hot sauce.
The Cultured Sour Cream Cilantro Lime could be used as a topping or as a base to create a dipping sidekick for their favorite dishes.