Snacks & Candy

Outstanding Foods Launches Cheese Balls

Snack comes in 4 flavors and is dairy free, plant based
Outstanding Cheese Balls
Photograph courtesy of Outstanding Foods

LOS ANGELES — Outstanding Foods has launched its plant based, dairy free Cheese Balls, available in four flavors: Chedda, Bacon Chedda, Jalapeno Chedda and Garlic Parmesan.

“We are thrilled to introduce our Outstanding Cheese Balls as the first dairy-free cheese balls on the market,” said Bill Glaser, CEO and co-founder of Outstanding Foods. “Cheese balls are a nostalgic snack most of us grew up on, but for so many who avoid dairy for a variety of reasons, our Outstanding Cheese Balls will bring back those smile-filled memories with the great taste everyone loves and the nutrition we all need.”

Outstanding Cheese Balls come in 3-ounce bags retailing for $4.49 and 1.25-ounce bags retailing for $2.49.

Along with being 100% dairy free and plant based, Outstanding Cheese Balls are also vegan, gluten-free, kosher, non-GMO and free of soy- and trans-fat. Each serving contains four grams of protein and 20 grams of Vitamins and minerals, including Iron, Zinc, B12, B6 and vitamins D, E and A.

Los Angeles-based Outstanding Foods also plans to unveil a new logo and new packaging for its Pig Out Crunchies and Outstanding Puffs products.

Outstanding Foods, based in Los Angeles, was founded by Bill Glaser and Dave Anderson who wanted to make it easy for anyone to eat mindfully without having to sacrifice taste or texture. Outstanding Foods products include Pig Out Crunchies, Puffs and Cheese Balls, all containing nutrition but no animal ingredients.

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