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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Fall In Love With SUNFLOWER CREAM CHEESE @SperoFoods

At Spero, they make their dairy products from seeds, not nuts or soy or gmo proteins.  Almonds, cashews, and other nuts comprise much of the dairy alternatives in the industry today.  However, based on today’s price, they can’t create comparable products with dairy because they are too expensive and they're hard to scale. They take too much time, space, water, and human labor. Conversely, seeds are estimated to be seven to eight times less expensive and to grow fifty to seventy times faster than nuts.  

 The Original Sunflower Cream Cheese: is made from simple, clean ingredients like sunflower seeds, water, probiotic cultures, and has a creamy, classic flavor. Eat this for a tasty swap out of Philadelphia cream cheese!

Alternative Goat Cheese: ‘Plant-based’ Goat Cheese has a taste that's so incredibly similar to animal-based goat cheese, you'd have to taste it to believe it!


They are all made with simple, natural ingredients as well as antioxidants and probiotics. Plus, sunflowers use much less water, air, and land than nut and dairy products. It’s plant-based, keto-friendly, and allergen-friendly. 


Spero’s plant-based proteins pack a punch with essential nutrients that give you energy and help your body feel supported.  Additionally, their products contain Vitamin E and vitamins, and minerals like selenium, magnesium, zinc, and B vitamins.  


Sustainability is also a priority at Spero.  Spero chooses simple, minimal ingredients that require as little water as possible. Their key ingredient, sunflower seeds, uses upwards of 96 percent less water than nuts.  Also, as sunflowers are their main ingredient, Spero uses 97 percent less land than cashews to produce, which can save forests and protect trees.  Spero also aims to keep our air pure, clean, and safe by using sunflowers, which emits 99 percent less CO2/CH4 than dairy. 

I received complimentary product.

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