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Vegan Cheese Spotlighted in Food & Wine Magazine

Tal Ronnen’s dairy-free cheese line receives a glowing review in a non-veg publication.

Kite Hill has been making waves in the veg food scene since its release earlier this year, but it’s not only the vegan community that is head over heels for the dairy-free White Alder, Cassucio, and semi-soft Costanoa. Mainstream foodie magazine Food & Wine recently ran an accolade-filled feature on Chef Tal Ronnen’s vegan cheese, described as “Genius and Delicious.” The article details the great lengths Ronnen and his Kite Hill team go to in order to ensure the perfect almond and macadamia milk base and has only good things to say about the cheese. “F&W editors went bananas over it … [and] we adored their newest product, a chive, dill and truffle soft cheese,” Chelsea Morse writes.

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