Major British supermarket chain Morrisons has announced that they will begin stocking vegan parmesan cheese, following in the footsteps of other vegan-friendly stores such as Tesco and Sainsbury’s.
The cheese is created by ‘Good Carma Foods’, who specialise in environmentally friendly packaging.
Instead of plastic, the tubes containing the vegan parmesan are made of cardboard, and the lids are also recyclable.
Furthermore, they are hoping to develop fully compostable lids.
Good Carma took to Twitter to express their delight at being stocked in Morrisons.
We are delighted to announce that our Flavour Fusion Range of Parmesan alternatives are now in selected stores of @Morrisons in The Health and Wellbeing Section. #Morrisons #Parmesanalternatives #Vegan #Plantbased #Vegancheese #FreeFromFood 😀💚🌱🧀 pic.twitter.com/nkdZvkmgWw
— Good Carma Foods (@charlottegoodca) July 10, 2018
The flavours of vegan parmesan that will be available are garlic, chilli, and original.
Good Carma was founded in 2013 and is already available in selected Waitrose stores.
When it comes to vegan cheese and plant-based meats, Morrisons has been falling behind compared to its UK competitors.
Tesco will soon be stocking the Beyond Burger, and Sainsbury’s is stocking vegan brand ‘Naturli’.
Both supermarkets also have their own own-brand vegan cheese.