Founded in 1993 by Heather Mills, the popular plant-based food brand VBites, has revealed recently that it will be adding 10 new vegan-friendly cheeses to their already expansive range of meat and dairy-free products.

The announcement came back in April, soon after the company detailed on their website  that they had purchased a 385,000sq foot factory to aid with product expansion. Mills comments: “This recent purchase of a factory that has been sitting empty for nearly 2 years will mean it will bring more jobs to the region and we can incubate all of our VBITES Ventures investments to help them scale up, manufacture, distribute and sell in 24 countries around the world. I am hoping that the supermarkets and food service industry will support British manufacturing in these difficult times and Britain can unite to become a booming country in the food and beverage sector.”

The new range will be launched under the VBites cheese brand,  Cheezly, however, Morrisons is already stocking one of the VBites’ cheese blocks under its Free From range.

The full product list includes an Edam, Pepperjack, Red Cheddar, White Cheddar, Hard Italian, and Mozzarella which are currently available on the VBites website. Holland and Barrett stores will also soon be stocking the new releases.

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