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Great New Cream Cheese Invention

a2It’s smooth, creamy, and delicious, as well as a natural-food connoisseur’s dream come true. The product is the new Tuv Taam non-dairy raw sprouted cashew nut cream cheese, boasting great taste and chock-full of vitamins and minerals—unique among pareve cream cheese products. Developed by Tuv Taam in cooperation with Glenn and Yael Schacher, this new product is ideal for those who need to avoid dairy products for either health or kashrus reasons.

The new sprouted cream cheese is the healthy alternative to other such products on the market that are made from highly processed cooked oils that are, quite simply, unhealthy. The taste is beyond compare. Such taste and smoothness as a delicious snack on a cracker or slice of bread!

Raw sprouted products like the new Tuv Taam cream cheese are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, fiber, and beneficial enzymes as a result of the sprouting process. The product has been dubbed “Healthier Than Cream Cheese.” This exciting new product is 50% lower in saturated fats and 75% higher in fiber than all leading non-dairy cream cheese brands. Each 30-gram serving of Healthier Than Cream Cheese adds 3 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber to any food you add it to.

For food enthusiasts it is a major breakthrough in healthy eating. “We have been working on this product for the past three years,” Yael Schacher said. “We believe that this new healthier non-dairy cream-cheese alternative, which comes in a variety of flavors, heralds a new era in healthy kosher eating.”

For more information, call Tuv Taam at 718-355-2207, e-mail Les Erber at, or ask your local supermarket manager to order raw sprouted cashew cream cheese from Tuv Taam. ϖ

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Posted by on July 31, 2014. Filed under In This Week's Edition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.