Farm Rich, a leading US brand of cheese sticks, announced that it is adding several new snacks to its lineup, including plant-based mozzarella style sticks for the first time. Cheese sticks are now available in the freezer section of US retailers nationwide, including Walmart and Kroger.
“These new plant-based cheese sticks from FarmReach are a game changer”
Described as a fun cheese alternative snack, the new product is made with melted dairy-free cheese on a crispy golden breading and comes with a side of marinara sauce. Each serving includes 4 grams of protein and 5% of the daily recommended fiber.
According to FarmReach, the company was the first to introduce frozen mozzarella sticks to grocery stores in 1982. With the new plant-based mozzarella style sticks, the brand says it now offers a snack even those who are lactose intolerant can enjoy.
“These new plant-based cheese sticks from FarmReach are a game changer,” said Mia Sin, MS, RD, Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist. “A plant-forward approach to our diet has a proven track record of improving our overall health, and these new ‘cheesy’ snacks are a great option for those who love breaded cheese sticks but need more plant-based options.”
Breaded cheese sticks are a popular American snack and appetizer, but to date only a few brands offer a dairy-free option. Whole Veggie sells gluten-free mozzarella-style sticks made with cauliflower and upcycled vegetables, while starting no doh One of the first to offer innovative plant-based cheese sticks for food service and retail.
Comment on his latest offering, Farm Rich Marketing Director Megan Ozamiz says, “For more than 40 years, Farm Rich has been making some of America’s favorite frozen snacks and appetizers. The brand started with Mozzarella Sticks and these new products demonstrate our continued commitment to offering a variety of delicious snacks to keep up with the growing demands of our consumers.”