Find this new favorite available now through March 31 at select Philly bagel shops.
Run, don’t walk! Oatly announced the pre-launch of their new plant-based cream cheese in partnership with Philly-based food scientists at the company’s Philadelphia R&D lab. Oatly has partnered with local Philadelphia bagel chains Spread Bagelry and Philly Bagels. Both spots will be serving the cream cheese now through March 31.
Oatly’s New Oat-Based Cream Cheese
Sweden-based Oatly, the world’s largest oat drink company, is a veteran at turning oats into milk, yogurts, and even ice cream. Their next frontier involves creamy, spreadable cream cheese that will instantly elevate your breakfast!
Try Oatly’s cream cheese for yourself by visiting Philly Bagels in the Philadelphia area for a classic bagel with delicious Oatly cream cheese. Spread Bagelry is also carrying the new cream cheese, but they boil their bagels in honey water, so they are not vegan.
Oatly Tests Plant-Based Cream Cheese in Philadelphia
Oatly cream cheese debuted in front of a crowd of Philadelphians at Spreads Bagelry and will be exclusively available in Philadelphia before being released to the wider US market later this year. The brand wants to keep this cream cheese close to its Philadelphia roots. Experience Oatly’s whimsical campaign by watching their hilarious announcement video featuring taste-test reviews by skeptical Philly residents. Needless to say, they were sold!
Oatly plans to test the market in Philadelphia only before launching nationwide. The cream cheese will be available for a limited time, so if you’re in Philly, be sure to try it before it’s gone!
Visit Oatly.com for more information.