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Daiya Hits Retail in Canada

Daiya vegan cheese will hit stores throughout Canada.

The Vancouver-based company Daiya Foods is launching retail packages of its popular soy-free Daiya vegan cheese in stores throughout Canada. The Canadian launch will be similar to that in the US, starting with natural food and independent stores, and then gradually expanding to larger chains. The national distribution means that Daiya will be available to ship to all provinces and territories. Bulk-ordered Daiya is currently available online from Canadian stores such as Karmavore and Viva Granola, but the October 1 launch will mark the first time the newly packaged Daiya will be available for retail purchase.

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