Tillamook, Postmates unite to deliver new Farmstyle cream cheese spreads, New York bagels
For every (free!) order placed on Feb. 26, Tillamook will donate to local food agencies in each participating city.
Tillamook County Creamery Association said its recently released Farmstyle cream cheese spreads will be available for on-demand delivery exclusively on Postmates. To celebrate, Tillamook and Postmates are bringing customers the “Best Bagel Box Ever,” including fresh and famous New York bagels from Utopia Bagels and Tillamook's new Farmstyle cream cheese spreads, right to people's doorsteps for free in select cities.
"Tillamook has been creating high-quality dairy products for 111 years, and our new Farmstyle cream cheese spreads are no exception," said Sue Kapllani, vice president of marketing for Tillamook, headquartered in Tillamook, Ore. "Since we know the best cheese, we wanted to give our fans a chance to try our spreads on the very best bagels, and everyone knows the best bagels come from New York. We're thrilled to be partnering with Postmates and Utopia Bagels to bring the ultimate bagel and cream cheese offering to life, and to give back to communities around the country."
Postmates customers in Denver, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City and Seattle may order from the exclusive Tillamook Schmear Shop on Postmates iOS or Android beginning at 9 a.m. local time on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Those who place an order will receive a complimentary bagel box, filled with all four flavors of Tillamook's Farmstyle Cream Cheese Spreads — including the world's first Aged Cheddar Cream Cheese Spread — and a sleeve of Utopia Bagels, which are frequently touted as New York's best. This offer will be available on Postmates for one-day-only, and while supplies last.
"Delighting customers with the ability to Postmate New York's famous bagels thousands of miles from the Big Apple is a dream come true, and we're excited to work with Tillamook to make it possible," said Brandon Teitel, senior vice president of brand strategy for Postmates.
For each order placed in the Tillamook Schmear Shop, Tillamook said it will donate $20 to local food relief agencies in each participating city, which are helping to create more food-secure communities. The organizations are Church in the City Beth Abraham in Denver, Mom's Pantry in Phoenix, Burnside Shelter in Portland, Rescue Mission of Salt Lake in Salt Lake City and Seattle's Union Gospel Mission. In addition to the monetary donation of up to $10,000, Tillamook and Utopia Bagels will also provide bagel and cream cheese spread donations to each food agency delivered by Postmates.
The new spreads are made with real ingredients and without gums, fillers or preservatives, offering a clean-eating experience that's full of flavor and unlike any other cream cheeses available today. Flavors include Original, Aged Cheddar, Seriously Strawberry and Very Veggie.
Tillamook Farmstyle Cream Cheese Spreads also are available now at grocery retailers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Texas and Washington, and will expand more widely in the coming months, Tillamook said.