SONOMA, CALIF. – Alternative dairy maker Miyoko’s Creamery introduced two new Plant Milk Cheese Spreads, which the company launched at Sprouts locations throughout the country. 

Miyoko’s Creamery said its Sun-Dried Tomato and Classic Chive spreads are available in Sprouts’ deli sections as part of its strategic retail distribution.

A plant-based cheese and butter manufacturer based in Northern California’s wine country, Miyoko’s Creamery said it formulated the new products to elevate daily recipes with “taste, texture and vibrance.”

“Sprouts marks a significant step forward in introducing our delicious products into consumers’ kitchens,” said Stuart Kronauge, chief executive officer at Miyoko’s Creamery. “As pioneers in the exploration of non-dairy cheeses and butter, we are excited to enhance our presence through Sprouts' locations, making our products more accessible to consumers in their neighborhood aisles.”

The company shared that it makes the spreads with a base of cultured cashew milk while using traditional creamery methods. Miyoko’s Creamery added its Sun-Dried Tomato spread contains only eight ingredients, while the Classic Chive has seven.

The spreads may be used on charcuterie boards, as a dip for chips or vegetables, or as a condiment for sandwiches, the company suggested.