Artisan Cultured Vegan Cheese

Welcome to Miyoko’s Kitchen! Whether you crave some creamy richness for yourself or to throw a fancy wine and cheese party for your friends, you’ll find everything you need right here! No matter how you slice it, our goal is simple to make the very best artisan vegan cheese and vegan butter available worldwide, and spread it everywhere! All Miyoko’s Kitchen products are naturally 100% dairy-free too! We handcraft our cheese and butter with love in California — for the animals, the planet, and your healthDonating 1% of all online sales to our non-profit for May: Wildwood Farm Sanctuary.

Located on 98 acres in Newberg Oregon, Wildwood Farm Sanctuary is a haven for farm animals and wildlife alike. They provide lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for abused and abandoned farm animals while lovingly protecting the property’s native plants, wetlands, woodlands, and wild animals. Through their mission, and lives of the beloved residents, they aspire to inspire! Their greatest hope is to help open eyes and reshape the way humans view and treat farm animals by considering a compassionate and cruelty-free way of living. Learn more:


   Miyoko’s Kitchen Wins 2016 Veggie Awardvegnews-veggieawardlogo-black

VegNews, America’s premier vegan lifestyle magazine, announces Miyoko’s Creamery as the 2016 Veggie Award™ Winner for Favorite Artisanal Vegan Cheese. With 60,000 readers voting for their favorite people, places, and products in 45 categories, this annual survey is the largest of its kind in the world. This year, a record-breaking 1.7 million votes were cast in the 15th annual Veggie Awards™.

“Miyoko’s Creamery is a leader in the vegan industry and continues to develop stellar plant-based products. We are pleased to honor your accomplishments with a 2016 Veggie Award™,” says VegNews Publisher Colleen Holland.

   Miyoko’s Kitchen Wins Nexty AwardMS interview NextyAward 

European Style Cultured VeganButter, the only butter alternative made without palm oil, was one of 57 finalists selected by a national panel of natural products industry experts from more than 500 entries across 19 Awards categories. Winners were announced and presented with their awards on March 12, 2016 at Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA. NEXTY Awards are a twice-annual award connected to New Hope Network’s Natural Products Expo shows in March and September. They were created to recognize the most game-changing and inspiring products in the CPG market today. Products are nominated and winners are chosen through a two-tier judging process by the New Hope Network content team and a panel of industry judges.

Mt. Vesuvius Black Ash wins Sofi Finalist Award

Sofi-mtvesuvius2Miyoko’s Kitchen Mt. Vesuvius Black Ash is the FIRST vegan cheese product to win a Sofi. Sofi Awards are like the Oscars of Specialty Food. With over 3,000 entries, winners are chosen by a national panel of culinary experts in a blind tasting. Winners represent the best of what Specialty Food has to offer. Thrilled to have a vegan cheese join the ranks! “A sofi means a product, and the people behind it, have arrived,” says Laura Santella-Saccone, chief marketing officer for the Specialty Food Association. “This year’s finalists represent a devotion to excellence and innovation in specialty food that continues to fuel our industry.”

Plant Based Foods Association

Miyoko’s Kitchen is a proud founding charter member of the Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA), spearheaded by Michele Simon. Along with founding members, friends & collaborators – Tofurky, Follow Your Heart, Upton’s, and Daiya – we’re working to ensure a fair and competitive marketplace for plant-based food companies in order to create a compassionate, healthier, fairer, and more sustainable food system.

Check out their amazing work & learn how you can get involved:

February 14, 2017

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