Vermont Creamery said it added a trio of fresh goat cheese dips. The dips’ flavors include Classic Chèvre, Garlic & Herb and Red Pepper & Lemon.
“We’ve been making fresh goat cheese here in Vermont for 36 years and have built a reputation for making the highest quality dairy that tastes better because it’s made better — from start to finish,” said Adeline Druart, president of Vermont Creamery. “Continuing to lead in the goat cheese space by offering new ways to enjoy it is our passion.”
According to the Websterville, Vt.-based company, the dips are smooth, creamy and delightfully dippable; their elevated flavor profiles are the perfect addition to a backyard grazing table, alfresco cheeseboard or socially distant game night snack spread. The dips have sustainable packaging and a clean ingredient label.
Dairy-based dips — especially those with high-quality ingredients and clean labels — are increasingly favored among shoppers, said Vermont Creamery, citing recent IRI data that show premium dairy dips growing five time faster than the dip category overall. Dairy dips are growing 2.5 times faster than established nondairy dips. Vermont Creamery is uniquely poised to deliver on this trend, with its long-standing commitment to consciously crafted dairy made with fresh, local milk and cream.
Vermont Creamery said its trio of goat cheese dips is available nationwide at Kroger and Whole Foods Market, as well as other select grocery stores.