CULTURED

CREAM CHEESE

FOR THE KITCHEN

made from cultured chickpeas and lentils

COOKING
TOPPING
BAKING

ALLERGEN-FREE

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HEAT-RESISTANT

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PLANT-bASED

VERSATILE COOKING
FOR BAKING & COOKING

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Introducing Stockeld Cream Cheese - creamy, delicious and super versatile in the kitchen with ~70 less CO2e impact*. Great in everything from frostings to cheesecakes, from sauces to cooking creams... or even on its own or as part of a signature sandwich. After 4 years of research & development leading to a successful launch in restaurants and supermarkets in Sweden, Stockeld is now in the US, starting in New York City.
*Compared to dairy-based cream cheese.


LONG SHELF-LIFE

16 Weeks Closed;
10 Days Open

HEAT RESISTANT

Excellent Texture That Holds Well
in Baking & Cooking

MARKETING INCLUDED

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NOW IN THREE FLAVORS

Original

Garlic & Herbs

Smoked Paprika & Chili

Available in

5.2oz (150g)

4.4 lbs (2kg)

22 lbs (10kg)

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GET TO KNOW STOCKELD CREAM CHEESE

Here you will (hopefully) find all you need to know about Stockeld Cream Cheese. Didn't find what you were looking for? 

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Does it contain protein?

Yes. Stockeld Cream Cheese contains 2g protein per serving (30g).

What is the shelf-life?

Closed packaging shelf-life is 16 weeks; when opened, shelf-life is 7 days.

Does it have a lower carbon footprint than dairy-based cream cheese?

Yes. Stockeld Cream Cheese has 68% lower CO2e compared to dairy-based cream cheese calculated by CarbonCloud.

Can you heat it?

Yes! It works just as good in hot and cold dishes.

What’s the deal with fermentation?

Fermentation is a traditional food processing technique that both increases the nutritional value  and impacts flavor and textural characteristics. Back in the days, this was a method applied for prolonging  shelf life. It’s commonly used in animal cheese production to achieve specific cheese types. It’s a process often resulting in a probiotic product rich in lactic acid bacteria and other “good bacteria”. Fermented plant-based cheeses are  significantly different to others made of modified starch and flavored and coloured coconut oil. In addition, “fermenting” may just be the perfect word for “thinking something over, before making a brilliant decision”.

GET TO KNOW SPREAD.

Here you (hopefully) find all you need to know about Spread. Didn't find what you were looking for? Slide into our DM on Instagram or send us an email!

What are the ingredients?

Water, coconut oil, rapeseed oil, lentil- and chickpea protein,potato starch, potato protein, sugar*, sodium, sodium bicarbonate, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate, acidification culture. *Consumed during fermentation

What are the nutrition facts?

Cooking status: Not cooked
Base amount: Per 100 gr
Energy: 918 kJ
Energy: 219 kcal
Fat: 20 g
- Of which saturated fat: 13 g
Carbohydrate: 5.2 g
- Of which sugars: 0.6 g
Protein: 5.1 g
Salt: 0.9 g
Fiber: 0.8 g

Does Stockeld Spread contain protein?

Yes. It contains 5% protein.

What is the shelf-life?

Closed packaging shelf-life is 18 weeks; when opened, shelf-life is 7 days.

Does Spread have a lower carbon footprint than dairy-based cream cheese?

Yes. Radically lower CO2e footprint, in fact. Very soon, we'll tell you how much :)

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