Daiya announces the launch of their first plant-based and allergen-friendly flatbreads inspired by an Italian trattoria experience. All of the flatbreads are made with a delicious thin gluten-free crust.

The plant-based flatbreads will debut in three delicious styles: Mushroom, Caramelized Onion & Fig; Tomato, Sunflower Seed Pesto, & Arugula; and Meatless Italian Sausage style crumbles, Roasted Pepper, & Kale.

The Mushroom, Caramelized Onion & Fig features mushrooms, caramelized onions, sweet fig, and kale, topped with creamy garlic sauce and Daiya Mozza and feta-style Cheeze.

Daiya flatbread box

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The Meatless Italian Sausage Style Crumbles, Roasted Pepper & Kale features meatless Italian sausage style crumbles from Beyond Meat with sweet and smoky roasted yellow peppers, leafy green kale, vegan parmesan, and feta-style Cheeze.

Daiya flatbread box

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The Tomato, Sunflower Seed Pesto & Arugula features a dairy-free, nut-free sunflower seed pesto with juicy tomatoes, zesty arugula, red onion, and a smooth blend of parmesan-style shreds.

Daiya flatbread box

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“At Daiya, our longstanding tradition of breakthrough plant-based discoveries continues with our first-to-market flatbreads,” said Dan Hua, Vice President of Marketing. “We know that consumers are often still choosing to cook at home, versus eating out as a result of the pandemic, and so we wanted to ensure they had the option for both a quick and convenient, yet delicious-tasting flatbread that was both plant-based and allergen-friendly.”

The flatbreads will be available in Canada and the United States and can be found in the frozen section at Stop & Shop, Giant, Price Chopper, Whole Foods, and New Seasons Market.

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