The Australian Retailer Magazine – June 2019

AIOLI JUST GOT HIPSTER   Dairy-Free Down Under’s Aioli is the new must-have fridge staple. It’s creamy, delicious and has just the right punch of garlic. Pull this one out next time you’re entertaining and serve with salted oven-baked sweet potato fries and you’ll gain instant hipster-chef status. It’s a moreish spread on sandwiches, wraps…

Courier Mail – Owners whey up cheese growth

After just a year on the market, Australian-owned Gold Coast vegan cheese and dip company now supply around 900 independent grocery and health food stores around Australia and exports to six countries. Dairy Free Down Under Co-founder Kevin Flanagan said the company has grown 10-fold in the past 12 months. “we noticed a lot of…

Featured in – WEST AUSTRALIAN

Off the Shelf: What’s new in food VEGAN VENTURE Dairy-Free Down Under options. A family-owned and operated Australian business’ vegan-friendly alternatives to dairy products have proved such a hit that the company is now exporting to six countries. Dairy-Free Down Under offers choices ranging from cheese to dips and mayonnaise. Options include “parmesan” and cream…

LIVE KINDLY – Vegan Sour Cream Dip

WHY VEGAN SOUR CREAM DIPS ARE SUPERIOR TO DAIRY March 12, 2019 Jemima Webber Writer and Editor | Newcastle, Australia | Contactable via: jemima@livekindly.co So much vegan sour cream, so little time. Sour cream is beloved by many, making the perfect topping for nachos, burritos, baked potatoes, soups, and stews. It can be used in baking…

School lunches sent you crackers?

Kids with food restrictions may now enjoy cheese and crackers for the first time, thanks to Dairy-Free Down Under, which has just launched two innovatively healthy snack packs. Dairy, gluten and MSG-free, the vegan-friendly packs contain four rice crackers and come in both a Cashew Cream Cheese and a Cheddar Slice variety.   They’re the…

Everything Is Ready To Make 2019 The “Year Of The Vegan”. Are you?

Article by FORBES MAGAZINE editor – Davide Banis In an article of the magazine’s special edition The World in 2019, The Economist’ correspondent John Parker declared 2019 the “year of the Vegan”. According to Parker, interest in veganism is soring, especially among millenials, with “fully a quarter of 25- to 34-year-old Americans declaring to be vegans or vegetarians.” The…

Emerging company becomes the vegan crème de la crème

Gold Coast company Dairy Free Down Under has become the vegan crème de la crème  after collecting a prestigious new business award. Dairy Free Down Under, which is now Australia’s only large-scale manufacturer of gluten free, dairy-free, vegan-friendly cheese substitutes; was named the winners of the Emerging Business category of the Gold Coast Business Excellence…